Starting with examples of Picasso's work, students learned how Picasso used split faces, and used facial features that were not of the ordinary kind to create his portraits. The 5th graders made sure that used shapes, forms, pattern and line, just like Picasso. Nice job 5th grade!
Students first made scratch art negatives with texture and line. Then they produced cyanotype prints. One set were left traditional blue, and the other set were watercolored. Last, a watercolor wash was made, and glued to the back of the scratch art negatives. Nice work 6th grade!