"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." Edgar Degas
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Most of our students walk to school rather than ride a bus. This means that we usually have two-hour delays rather than days off when it snows, which also means some cranky students. On these days, we like to have a little more fun, and that means some experimentation.
Then we let it melt.
We were pleasantly surprised by the delicate stippling since we were expecting water swirls. It turned out so interesting that we all wished that we had taken the time to use two coats of the Tiger Eye and Tahitian Blue.
So, what can you do with snow as an art medium?
Jill M. Anders, M.Ed.