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O-riginal Art Activities: Paper Sculpture Inspired by Jeffrey Cook

Español abajo Create a sculptural piece that has a special secret surprise within it. Jeffrey Cook was a New Orleans artist from the Central City neighborhood. He was known for his use of recycled and found objects in his sculptural works. Supplies Recycled Boxes, Paper, Tape, Scissors, Pencil, Markers Instructions   Step 1: Think about a…

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Ogden Museum Online Lessons For the Classroom: Vanessa's Secrets | Jeffrey Cook

Español abajo Jeffrey Cook was an artist that took everyday objects and refuse and transformed them into new, layered, and complex pieces of art. In Vanessa’s Secrets, Cook frames an interior rectangle, a journal, mummified in pink. Use this lesson to guide 2-8 grade students into making their own Paper Mache sculpture of secret thoughts and…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Paper House Inspired by Jeffrey Cook

The most recent O-riginal Art Activity pay tribute to Jeffrey Cook. Inspired by his use of recycled materials, this activity utilizes paper to construct a sculpture. Explore the meaning of home and create your paper house. Jeffrey Cook was a New Orleans artist from Central City. He was known for his use of found objects…

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