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Paper Mache Wall Reliefs

 Papier Mache Wall Reliefs is a very direct and fast paced program to explore form, texture, paint and a mosaic process. The mache has the paint mixed in so we call this medium sculpture paint. The students are building form and thinking color and texture all at the same time. Often times, students work back into the mash with added paint for blending effects or drawing into the mash. The mosaic process will contain any of the following elements: pattern, texture, color, scale of object in relationship to placement and so forth. This project is appropriate for all ages. The photos are from a program at Pierce Elementary School in Milwaukee. The students and the work are shown at their exhibit at the Betty Brinn Museum, spring 2006.

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Spring's Hope
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Description: Flowers were created by a group of NESI students at Hope School.
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Flowers
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Description: Flowers are the first sign of hope for spring, a new beginning of the year's cycle.
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Creatures of Flight
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Description: All children have to do is imagine. It is a natural gift.
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Fantasy Creature
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Description: Children's designs are timeless mystical creatures.
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Snail
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Description: Paper Mache Wall Relief created by students at Pierce Elementary, Milwaukee, WI
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Butterfly
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Description: Paper Mache Wall Relief using various materials. Created by Pierce students.
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Caterpillar
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Description: Paper Mache Wall Relief, buttons, beads, marbles, stones, glitter, paint, anything we could find! Created by Pierce students.
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Part of the Exhibit at Betty Brinn Children's Museum, 2006
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Description: Paper Mache Wall Relief; the turtle and the bird. Children's writings in mosaic frames. Pierce students.
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The Bird
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Description: Paper Mache Wall Relief created by Pierce Elementary students from Milwaukee, WI.
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Pierce students at The Betty Brinn Museum, 2006
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Description: Pierce students on their way to see their work on exhibit.
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The Artist and Her Design
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Description: The children designed each wall relief and everyone helped to create the works of art. The students also wrote about the art.
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Creative Writers at The Betty Brinn Exhibit
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Description: The students artworks and writings were celebrated at their museum exhibit.
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