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In this Art II project, Melissa Lundy interpreted the word “ancestry” in art form. She chose to do the bust of an unidentified ancestor with a family tree growing out of the back. The tree contains the names of family members.
Vision Charter Academy art students applied the concept of tessellation to their projects.

Art students get creative

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Vision Charter Academy High School art class did a tessellation project where they worked with geometric shapes to create a piece of art. They learned about the work of MC Escher, a graphic artist who played with architecture, perspective and impossible spaces. The students were taught two different types of tessellations then were given the freedom to create a final project utilizing one or both of the tessellation forms they were taught.

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