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  1. ART MASTERPIECE “Four Ice Cream Cones” Wayne Thiebaud (1920 – Present) Today we studied Four Ice Cream Cones, a still-life of four large, luscious ice cream cones lined up on the counter of an ice cream parlor. Thiebaud manipulates the oil paint with rapid brush strokes, resulting in a thick impasto. This technique simulates the creamy texture of the ice cream and reflects the artist’s interest in depicting real objects as they appear in nature (realism). We painted soft, pastel colored ice cream cones today using triangle and circle shaped sponges. Today in Art Masterpiece, I learned about _____________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ My favorite part was _______________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

  2. ART MASTERPIECE “Four Ice Cream Cones” Wayne Thiebaud (1920 – Present) Today we studied Four Ice Cream Cones, a still-life of four large, luscious ice cream cones lined up on the counter of an ice cream parlor. Thiebaud manipulates the oil paint with rapid brush strokes, resulting in a thick impasto. This technique simulates the creamy texture of the ice cream and reflects the artist’s interest in depicting real objects as they appear in nature (realism). We painted soft, pastel colored ice cream cones today using triangle and circle shaped sponges. ART MASTERPIECE “Four Ice Cream Cones” Wayne Thiebaud (1920 – Present) Today we studied Four Ice Cream Cones, a still-life of four large, luscious ice cream cones lined up on the counter of an ice cream parlor. Thiebaud manipulates the oil paint with rapid brush strokes, resulting in a thick impasto. This technique simulates the creamy texture of the ice cream and reflects the artist’s interest in depicting real objects as they appear in nature (realism). We painted soft, pastel colored ice cream cones today using triangle and circle shaped sponges. ART MASTERPIECE “Four Ice Cream Cones” Wayne Thiebaud (1920 – Present) Today we studied Four Ice Cream Cones, a still-life of four large, luscious ice cream cones lined up on the counter of an ice cream parlor. Thiebaud manipulates the oil paint with rapid brush strokes, resulting in a thick impasto. This technique simulates the creamy texture of the ice cream and reflects the artist’s interest in depicting real objects as they appear in nature (realism). We painted soft, pastel colored ice cream cones today using triangle and circle shaped sponges. ART MASTERPIECE “Four Ice Cream Cones” Wayne Thiebaud (1920 – Present) Today we studied Four Ice Cream Cones, a still-life of four large, luscious ice cream cones lined up on the counter of an ice cream parlor. Thiebaud manipulates the oil paint with rapid brush strokes, resulting in a thick impasto. This technique simulates the creamy texture of the ice cream and reflects the artist’s interest in depicting real objects as they appear in nature (realism). We painted soft, pastel colored ice cream cones today using triangle and circle shaped sponges.