Still Life with Meaningful Objects
In this Pop-Up Studio, undergraduate intern Meghan offers an idea for making a personalized still-life inspired by Audrey Flack’s 1978 painting Bounty.
These videos offer ideas for the home or the classroom; see the accompanying lesson plan for more information for teachers.
- 3-5 personal objects for a still life arrangement
- drawing paper
- pencil for sketching
- choice of colorful media, such as: markers, colored pencils, crayons, chalk/oil pastels, acrylic paint
Before you start your project, look carefully at and take inspiration from the hyperrealistic painting Bounty by Audrey Flack.
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