But I am getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the contour drawing of this chair. I placed the chair on a table, laying on it's side. Now the students had to really "look" because it was not standing like they were used to seeing a chair. This way they could not draw from memory, but had to really look as they drew it in this unusual position. To add to the challenge, this chair had a curved plastic seat so that was another unique issue. Here are two students that did an amazing job.
It was such fun to watch the passion and excitement.
so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand."
Henry David Thoerau