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Oldenburg Paper Mache – Part III

We had so many great sculptures from this Oldenburg lesson!  They really made them large, too! I encouraged them to try to make them as large (tall or long) as the shortest person in their group! Big sculptures prove to be really difficult to photograph though!  Here are a few of our finished works.

These blocks are stackable!

Say “cheese”

These chopsticks are both longer than 5 feet!

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Hi, I’m Erin!

I’ve been a high school art teacher at a rural school in WV for the past 14 years. I teach Art 1, AP Art + Design, Art 2 and 3. 
 
I’m a little obsessed with my sweet husband. Together we have FOUR kids and a rescue dog named Boomer! 
 
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