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  • Anna McPeake

    Peacock paintings on black

  • Erika Balyo

    Elementary art lesson on peacocks. I LOVE this! Perfect for our study of India! Great blog too:

  • Kaz Walker

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

  • Carly Seyferth

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

  • Leslie B

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

  • Angela Bernier

    site has several "peacock" art projects

  • Jannea Burgess

    Peacock art lesson

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The links on this page offer a variety of relatively simple projects in the style of specific artists which can be created in an hour’s class time. For example: use a "pizza round" (the cardboard circle a delivery pizza rests on) as a base for a wire circus! Goldmine here...

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