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O-riginal Art Activities: Mixed Media Collage Inspired by Thornton Dial

The O-riginal Art Activity explores Thornton Dial’s choice of materials and his use of the tiger symbol in his work. Create your own symbol of strength using found objects. Thornton Dial’s work often draws from his personal experiences of living as an African American man in the South, depicting a range of subjects from race…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Mixed Media Collage Inspired by Walter Anderson

Walter Anderson is known for his depictions of nature. Explore animal habitats in this O-riginal Art Activity Create a collage inspired by Walter Anderson’s painting. Walter Anderson, “Blue Geese and Ducks”, 1955, Watercolor on paper, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection. Mississippi artist Walter Anderson is well known for his watercolor artwork depicting nature….

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O-riginal Art Activities: Pattern Collage Inspired by Walter Anderson

Last night’s O-riginal Art Activity explored Walter Anderson’s love of nature and fascination with pattern. Create your own Walter Anderson inspired collage utilizing repetition. Mississippi artist, Walter Anderson, used seven motifs to create his paintings and ceramics. Anderson is known for his use of repetition to create his watercolors depicting nature. Supplies List: Markers, Glue, Cardstock,…

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