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With Public Health Orders extending once again with no end date in sight, it’s time to shake up those Zoom calls. While you may not be able to go over to your friend’s houses, you can definitely have some creative and fun online hangs! 1. Bob Ross Tutorials Bob Ross was the go-to for art tutorials back in the day. 
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The more horrifying this world becomes, the more art becomes abstract. – Ellen Key Everyone has seen abstract art. Everyone — from the everyday person to the amateur and professional painter to the renowned art critic — has their opinion on whether they like it or not, understand it or not.  Abstract art, in essence, can be more difficult to 
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As the COVID-19 pandemic confines people to their homes, many museums and cultural organizations are utilizing technology to open their doors to people bound in their homes.  The concept of virtual museums has been around for over two decades. While some institutions saw the benefits of them in the early years, they were not widely accepted. Many saw them as 
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If you feel like your artwork is getting repetitive, stagnant and boring, try to experiment with using different media. However, it is important to keep in mind that art-making mediums should be used in a way that supports your ideas, there are times when a dash of unpredictability and thinking-outside-the-box can help. Paint on something interesting Many students choose to 
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Grade 12 is a busy year for high school students who are preparing to apply to university. Many may worry about their GPA and anticipating the university applications to come. It can be a lot to maneuver, especially when you throw in all of the normal high school social events and milestones on top of everything else. However, you don’t 
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Many senior high school students begin by choosing a topic for school work or portfolio. It is a decision that many may find difficult due to a lack of inspiration or inability to discern between two or more possible ideas. Here are some tips that may help you with brainstorming, evaluating and selecting an outstanding subject, topic or theme for 
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Observational drawing is the basic component of many high school Art courses. Drawing is the core method of researching, investigating, developing and communicating ideas. Creating art from life, the student is able to interact with the rich information that the subject brings.  The following are tips for high school art students who are looking to improve the realism of their 
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