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During this art task, the students first observed volcanoes, looking at their features and observing them as an artist would do. We also looked at painting instructions on how you could paint a volcano step by step and then we started this project which took time because artworks take time to be created.

The students followed a structured process to paint each element of a volcanic eruption, learning to build a painting layer by layer. They also learned how to mix colors to represent hog magma, ash clouds, and the dynamic contrast of a volcanic eruption. They had the opportunity to experiment with different brush strokes and painting techniques to depict the flowing magma, the blast of the eruption, and the rough texture of ash.

Through this art task, they conveyed drama and intensity, capturing both the destructive power and its mesmerizing beauty of the volcanic eruption.
Proud of their work. Great results!

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