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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.


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


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

Any Ideas?

« 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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