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« on: May 22, 2008 08:09:14 PM »

Although I am not native, my very good friend (and partner) is. We decided on doing a mural for Art class on one of the schools' wall.

We started off with black, white, red and blue; but the school got a painting from a famous native artist, and it got hung up over our original painting.

ORIGINAL:






Before we could finnish, they covered it, and our teacher to9ld us to do the next one in our own colours. Mine - Green & Pink and her's - Purple and Blue

PRESENT CONDITION:











We are still not completely finished, but have only a little more to do. New pictures will be posted soon. 

Any Ideas?


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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2008 12:19:26 PM »

i'm a little confused at the top of your post you said that they covered you painting with a native painting but then at the bottom it says current condition and I was just wondering if it is covered or not? And if so that terrible that they would do that to a student's artwork
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