Raggedy Edges

Raggedy Edges

I’m teaching a unit on Acrylic Painting in one of my classes at school. I had to trim the paper down and had some strips left over. I thought it would be a waste to toss them so I wove them together and then realized it was naturally a grid. Since I’m also teaching them about Chuck Close and grids I made a black and white self-portrait. I didn’t realize that I would come out looking like one of the night’s watch so hey, “Winter is coming- look busy.”


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1 Response to Raggedy Edges

  1. Matt says:

    That’s awesome… would it be wrong to say Hodor?

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