It isn’t every day you get to use salt and a plastic shopping bag when painting. Oddly enough, it is amazing how those items along with watercolors and a soft pastel can result in a beautiful seascape.
That will be a fun project for your children to do in your next art class.
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There’s something special I created for you to make it easier. It’s How to Paint Seascapes Like Winslow Homer – A Free Unit Study. It will help your children learn about the artist while completing an art project.
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