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Michelle Morrison (May)

Creative title, no? Our assignment was to paint something in the Impressionist style. I wasn't too fond of that style, but I think it turned out alright, even though I couldn't fit the whole castle on the paper. Acrylics on some kind of board-like paper with a gesso base to keep the board from wrinkling too much. Reference picture for the castle was of Guadamur Castle in my History of Castles book.

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