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2nd Grade Clay Owls

Owls are born in the art room! Original inspiration came from our study of Picasso and his pet owl!

We created oil pastel owls and then moved on to 3-D! Students used a pinch pot turned upside down for the body,  Here are our green ware clay owls drying on the shelf.

Now they are all bisque fired and ready for glazing!

 Glazed owls! The kids did a great job glazing and keeping the colors bright! Each owl had such a personality!

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