WaldorfCorvallisCoopMurals

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Waldorf of Corvallis 8th Graders design, paint and install 2 large murals depicting the 2 water sources of Corvallis City Water - Mary Peak and the Willamette River/Cascades. These murals cover two 3,000 gallon rain collection tanks at the South Co-op in Corvallis.

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WaldorfCorvallisCoopMurals

  1. 1. 2011 CWS Eighth Grade Mural Three Waters Project at the First Alternative Co-op Aja Benjamin Brandon Ian Sage Ty
  2. 4. We began looking at the Marys River and the Cascade-Willamette River watersheds. A watershed is an area where water is collected from rain.
  3. 10. Color Study
  4. 11. We were shown many different pictures of murals from around the world. We also walked around the Co-op looking at their murals.
  5. 12. Mural Examples…
  6. 17. We then cut and fit pictures together to create an awesome rough draft of our murals. After that we painted small scale paintings of the murals.
  7. 22. We transferred the painting to the mural boards using a grid system. We first chalked out the drawing onto the boards…
  8. 27. We divided into two teams: Ty, Ben, Sage and Aja, Ian, Brandon … And started painting!
  9. 36. We painted on boards inside so that the paint could cure. It was still too wet outside to paint directly on the water collection tanks.
  10. 44. Then we began to install the individual boards onto the frame in front of the tanks. We had great help from a few of the Three Waters Project volunteers.
  11. 58. Before …
  12. 59. After …
  13. 60. Brandon Aja Benjamin Ty Ian Sage
  14. 61. Brandon Aja Benjamin Ty Ian Sage
  15. 62. The End Brandon Aja Benjamin Ty Ian Sage

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