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Experiencing Art Karen Malandra, Sp08 Project: Poem design Material: Bristol board or poster board for backing board Black Tru-Ray paper or construction paper Rubber cement, glue stick or white glue Size: (3) 12” x 12” Due: April 4 Poem Little Miss Muffet sat on a Tuffet Eating her curds and whey Along came a spider and sat down beside her And frightened Miss Muffet away Assignment: Using the above poem, create (3) 12” x 12” compositions using only black paper lines glued down to white board that playfully illustrates an aspect of the above poem. The purpose of the assignment is to explore creating visual images from a common text. Further, you will be challenging your growing artistic skills by limiting your palette to black and white, and increasing your line vocabulary. Instructions Think about the visual images that come to mind when you read the poem Little Miss Muffet . What is a tuffet and how would you illustrate it? Is it tall and spikey? Short and squat? What does a frightened Miss Muffet look like? Is she wearing a dress, a skirt, a hat, a scarf? Are there
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