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Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in Artists, Blog, Children, Drawing | 3 comments

Portraits of a Male Model by a Group of 6th Graders.

Portraits of a Male Model by a Group of 6th Graders.

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The other day Bill, Diego, Miro, and I, attended an open house at the university where Natalie goes every Saturday for her art class. The artworks were amazing, but I specially fell in love with these portraits drawn by a group of talented 6th graders. The model is the same person, but notice how each artwork is unique. The artist’s personality comes through each drawing.

Photos by me

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3 Comments

  1. These pictures are interesting–no two pictures are alike, not even the model’s clothes, let alone his face and hair. I hope Natalie is enjoying her art class–is this the one she auditioned for last year?

  2. i just love looking at all of these wonderful drawings!

  3. It’s so funny to see the parts that are always hard for artists/people to draw- the face, feet and hands. I remember loving to draw the clothes- the fabrics and folds- but the face was always left until last and I would go back over it again and again! We all see things so differently- I love it!

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