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  • Kaz Walker

    Some amazing art ideas for all grades, meduims and techniques!

  • Patricia Petruzzi

    peacock art lessons

  • Carly Seyferth

    5th grade, 6th grade, 5th grade art project--step by step, paint,

  • Andi Hull

    peacock on black paper - paint body with values of blue, paint feather circles with white for brighter colors - add color in own color scheme for feathers

  • Shauna Williams

    Peacock Art Project (examples of Kindergarten and 5th Grade Students)

  • Mackenzie Yarick

    Did this w every grade, younger ones w oil pastels, older ones in acrylic. Turned out Fab!

  • Erika Kingsbury

    peacock paintings- @Erika Walkley

  • Amber Ward

    Elementary art lessons on peacocks and more!

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Art Lessons, Color Schemes, Peacocks Paintings, Art Idea, Oils Pastel, Elementary Art, 5Th Grade Art, Art Projects, Peacocks Art

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