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Peter Blake, Boy with Pigeons, 1954

The best of British pop art - in pictures

Michael Craig-Martin, Contemporary Art, Sculpture, Fine Art, Pop Art, Installation, Line

Michael Craig-Martin, Contemporary Art, Sculpture, Fine Art, Pop Art, Installation, Line

A "Quotation Station" for a middle school Language Arts classroom. Each week I place a new quote on the hanging chalkboard and have the kids copy the quote down in a section of their binder. Whenever there is "free time" I have the students refer to the quotes and practice their explanatory/connection making skills.

A "Quotation Station" for a middle school Language Arts classroom. Each week I place a new quote on the hanging chalkboard and have the kids copy the quote down in a section of their binder. Whenever there is "free time" I have the students refer to the quotes and practice their explanatory/connection making skills.

Mark Powell - Ball Point Pen on Personal documents, envelopes, etc. 2012 - present.

Mark Powell - Ball Point Pen on Personal documents, envelopes, etc. 2012 - present.

BIRDS MADE FROM RECYCLED METAL SCRAPS “Inspired by the forms of animals artist Barbara Franc seeks to capture a sense of motion as she recreates a variety of wildlife from birds to horses using reclaimed materials such as old food tins. Via her artist statement: I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present a never-ending source of inspiration to me. I try to capture a feeling of their movement and presence in my sculpture. For this I use wire…

BIRDS MADE FROM RECYCLED METAL SCRAPS “Inspired by the forms of animals artist Barbara Franc seeks to capture a sense of motion as she recreates a variety of wildlife from birds to horses using reclaimed materials such as old food tins. Via her artist statement: I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present a never-ending source of inspiration to me. I try to capture a feeling of their movement and presence in my sculpture. For this I use wire…

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