The art installment at South Puget Sound Community College was inspired by the cave paintings at Chauvet Cave. The abstract images on the paper came directly from the students, with minimal instruction aimed at giving the piece a consistent style.
The art installment at South Puget Sound Community College was inspired by the cave paintings at Chauvet Cave. The abstract images on the paper came directly from the students, with minimal instruction aimed at giving the piece a consistent style. Courtesy
The art installment at South Puget Sound Community College was inspired by the cave paintings at Chauvet Cave. The abstract images on the paper came directly from the students, with minimal instruction aimed at giving the piece a consistent style. Courtesy

An intuitive tunnel of paint at the Minnaert Center

February 18, 2016 05:50 AM

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