Student drawing based on flashbacks of his mother’s death:
Student drawing based on Starbucks:
Artists have to be able to speak about their artwork.
Student drawing about her personal conflict about her religion:
Am I too old to start learning drawing?
Edgar Degas’ figure sculptures:
Henri Matisse’s cut out collages:
Experience can be a crutch for some students.
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