Second grade students explored the work of Jim Dine prior to making these little mini sculpture using colored Popsicle sticks to build the frames and model magic to create the hearts. Week one was building the frames and forming the heart. Both were left to dry for week two. Tempera paint was used to add personal details to the frame. The heart were then colored with water based markers. A little spritz of water created the tie-dyed effect for the hearts. Students attached the heart on the heart. One student even chose to place his heart upside down.
|Exhibited this way as requested by student|