Title: Working in the Office
School: South Miami Middle School
Teacher: Cheryl Goodman
Imagining Animals in Art: Creatures of HABIT-at…
Throughout time and cultures, animals, both real and fictional, have been portrayed in art. Their depiction dates back to prehistoric times when they were first illustrated in cave paintings. Animal scenes were portrayed in Egyptian papyri, carved in Mesopotamian palaces, painted on ancient Greek pottery and pre-Columbian vases and bowls, to name a few.
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Created by L.E.T.S. Draw students: Aaron Ashe, Dominique Byrd, Aesha Coleman, Charlotte Graham, Khyree Joseph, Kheyana Joseph and Nathaniel Perverdera.
South Terminal H, 2nd level