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So many more feathers to carve.

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Some ‘Objects’ illustration cards I made

There’s 25 in total, each relating to a different aspect of my final major project on ‘Sorrow’. When placed upside-down in the correct order they form a larger image.


Nina Pappa.

Intermediate Times 1, 2007 - 2011.Rapitograph and collage on paper.

Intermediate Times 2.

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Station I. Graphite, watercolor and acrylic on paper, 14x14” (2013)
Station II. Graphite, watercolor and acrylic on paper, 14x14” (2013)
Station III. Graphite, watercolor and acrylic on paper, 14x14” (2013)
Station IV [triptych]. Graphite, acrylic and watercolor on paper, 14x42” (2013)

[art discussion hosted by Artchipel]


We have a visiting prospective student today, so I wanted to do an engaging one-day lesson with my fifth graders. 

I decided to focus on Paul Klee’s grid-like paintings and the use of warm hues to create visual paths in a composition.

After making sketches and color schemes, students used colored pencils to draw their layout on 5”x7” canvasses before starting in paint. 

Not knowing what our guest student’s background knowledge base was, I wanted to introduce a streamlined concept with a lot of wiggle room for expression using color mixing and different acrylic texture mediums.