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  • 1. COLLAGE
    • A collage (From the French : coller , to glue, French pronunciation:  [ kɔ.laːʒ ] ) is a work of formal art, primarily in the visual arts , made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole.
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  • 5. A Brief History of Paper Marbling
    • A number of scholars believe that marbling originated in China over 2000 years ago and spread to Japan early as the 12th century, where it is still known  as sumingashi.
    • Marbled paper probably reached Europe along the silk route from the Far East to Turkey , where the process became secretive as marbled papers were cleverly used as forgery(copy, fake)- proof backgrounds for official documents.  Returning crusaders(reformers) brought the knowledge of the techniques of marbling to Western Europe where it became popular, especially for book endpapers.  Today Venice is the European city most identified with paper marbling.
  • 6. Create Marbled Paper using Chalk
    • Materials
    • white drawing paper
    • shallow pans
    • water
    • colored chalk
    • variety of colored construction papers
    • pencils
    • scissors
    • white glue
    • drying rack or paper towels
  • 7. Create Marbled Paper using Chalk
    • Pour water in a shallow pan to a depth of ½-1 inch.
    • Select three colors of chalk. Using a scissor, scrape some chalk all over the water.
    • The chalk is going to float on the water. Using your scissor, very slowly swirl the chalk to create a nice pattern. Don’t overdo this.
    • Now, take your paper and slowly introduce it to the bowl until the chalk covers the surface of it.
    • Take out the paper and allow it to dry.
    • Now you have your unique paper to use as background for your prairie design.
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    • the possibilities of creatures, plants, and objects that could be found in the prairies:
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    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You’ve not heard the grass.
    • In strong summer winds, the grains and grass bend
    • And sway to a dance that seems never to end.
    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You don’t know the sun,
    • Diamonds that bounce off crisp winter snow,
    • Warm waters in lakes and ponds that we know.
    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You don’t know the wind,
    • Our cold winds of winter cut right to the core,
    • Hot summer wind devils can blow down the door.
    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You don’t know the sky.
    • The bold prairie sky is clear, bright, and blue
    • Bright, fluffy clouds can be many or few.
    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You don’t know our trees.
    • The trees that have taken so long, we watched as they grew
    • They’re loved and they’re treasured – the prairie has few.
    • If you’re not from the prairie,
    • You don’t know our home.
    • A place where grasses abound and flowers grow,
    • A home for the wildlife, birds and animals we know.
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    • the possibilities of creatures, plants, and objects that could be found beneath the surface of the water, either in an aquarium or fresh or salt water.
    • Seaweed
    • Fish
    • Shark
    • Rocks
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