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  • Phyllis Dinse

    Tall Paintings- stacked two blocks of wood, handed over a pack of acrylic paint found for five dollars or so. Let the squeezing begin! Then they made prints laying paper over the pool of paint with the blocks removed.

  • Kasey Lambert

    Awesome activities for kids

  • Louise Rukin

    paint fountain

  • Katie

    tall paintings, then made prints with the drippy paint. used small squirt bottles so that is controls the amount of paint.

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