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  • Sylvia Seaglass

    collaborative art, 1/4 yours: going around in circles can be quite fun...start in the center and...add your favorite colors...and work towards the outside adding magazine and construction paper cut outs...and blobs of paint, and pen doodles, and stamps of more paint and then... cut your beloved painting into 1/4s... and pass one piece of yours to the person on the left and so on and so on until....you have a gorgeous new piece of art with a touch of your creation and 3/4s of your friends. no...

  • Janet Perkins

    For kids or adults! Pamela Holderman: going around in circles... painting with groups.

  • Kathy Suchara

    concentric circles art idea

  • Leah Lynch McFadden

    Collaborative art project

  • Susan Artin

    Start in the center and add your favorite colors. Work toward the outside adding magazine and construction paper cut outs and blobs of paint and pen doodles, and stamps. Cut your painting into fourths and pass one piece to the person on the left and so on until you have a new piece of art with a touch of your creation and 3/4s of your friends. note: we then doodled with permanent marker on used laminate and attached brads to adhere this to the top of our art for a wonderful multi-layered look.

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