fantasy flowers

Fantasy Flowers - ink and marker pen on paper

The beauty of flowers in their variety of shapes and sizes form the stimulus for this unit of work. Students study mark making by John Olsen and his watery landscapes. This exercise is chiefly the results of controlled play through drawing, painting, and collage techniques.  

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Emanuel School Visual Arts 

contemporary visual practice underpinned by our understanding of the past