Students in Mars Area High School’s Intermediate Art classes designed coloring pages to share with the community.
The students recently completed a project titled “Multiple Iterations” through which each student chose an one animal to draw a total of 36 times. Each iteration had to be different; for example, it could be enlarged, compressed, exploded, exaggerated, etc.
“In the end, the students chose their twelve favorites to combine onto one page,” says Erin Sloane, art teacher. “The finished composition made unique and creative coloring pages.”
To view the coloring pages, click on the document below.
Students who participated in the project included seniors Aiden Devanney-Nance, Nicole Kumpfmiller, Julia Maple, Megan Novotny, Alyssa Schulties, Symia Taimuty-Loomis and Emma Todd; juniors Helayna Pater and Michael Rightley; and, sophomores Cadence Giordano, Hayley Goerl, Kaylen Lindenberg, Megan McSwain and Charlotte Stamper.
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