Hello all! Here is a special walk-through of three of my works of art. I hope you have fun analyzing them. Remember, art speaks many things to many people. There is no "right" answer. What do some of the paintings say to you or your student? Why do you feel this way? What emotions strike you when you first glance at these? I would love to see your answers. Here is my art website if you would like to browse around. I have a studio blog. Some of you make take art. This would be a great outlet. :) Happy Homeschooling!
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