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LESSON 1: Objective- Students use brushes and india ink/acrylic to create strokes. Then create a silhouette by photographing each student. Students use these photos & the grid method to draw their silhouette (or a models) onto the painting. Fill in the negative space to create a silhouette similar to this example using black or white backgrounds.

In fact, when certain negative tendencies remain hidden from our conscious awareness, they will tend to drive our emotions and behaviors in unpredictable ways. This is when you might find yourself losing your temper over something minor, or going into despair over a small mistake, or disliking someone who exhibits the trait you don’t want to see in yourself.-Sally Kempton

Photo Inspiration: 20+ of the best double exposure portraits i’ve ever seen