In Mr. Dean Filipi's General Industrial Tech. class, Nolan White and Robert Harre went green and made a deer blind out of recycled materials. The body of the blind is made of old cow tanks while the roof is an old satellite dish.
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Monday, January 7, 2013
Exeter-Milligan Art Classes by Jill Shipley
The Art II class at Exeter-Milligan has learned the term trompe l’oeil , which means “to fool the eye”. They are making food sculptures out of clay to fool people into believing they are real.
The students have made a piece of cake with pecans and bits of chocolate, doughnuts, and a banana split. The students are adding the glaze for color and are anxious to see them after they come out of the kiln.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 9:49 AM