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Summer Technical Intensive: Scenic Art and Drop Painting

August 2, 2014

Recently, I had the opportunity to teach the Summer Technical Intensive class in Scenic Painting offerend through the OSF Education Department.  The class consisted of six high school students with a range of expirience levels.  I decided to give them a crash course in drop painting and gridded up some tiny drops.  

 

The project was to cartoon a cityscape from a scale elevation using a string grid, then to paint the background in either a sunset (blue and purple) or sunrise (yellow and orange) using garden sprayers, and then to fill in the cartooned cityscape.  They did all this in two hours.  

 

I had a phenominal group of students who were eager to learn.  I was very inspired by thier creativity and willingness to try new things.   Many of them had never used a bamboo to paint before, and none had used a garden sprayer.  In these pictures, you can see them making beautiful mini-drops.  

 

All of the students gave their very best.  One creative student split her drop in half to try half sunrise, half sunset (below).

Another meticulous student made his cityscape include a UFO, King Kong, and Godzilla.  

Fantastic work by all!  

 

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