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If you missed the first in the Copy Cat Workshop series from last week, click here to see our Van Gogh paintings.
This painting, "Asleep"(1932) by Pablo Picasso looked like it would be a simple one to copy, but it turned out to be very challenging. It was another great exercise in using "lines", and painting what you see, instead of what you think you see. It also helped the students practice looking at negative and positive space. This is, of course, is a great example of abstract art.
These were painted in acrylics on a 12 x 12 stretched canvas.
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