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RATIONALE FOR THE ARTS On the beach below our home is this hut built by children after stormy weather some weeks ago.   Building structures is natural, as is digging trenches and tunnels, damming creeks and making tracks for toy vehicles. Our forefathers did an amazing amount of work building railway lines and locomotives, creating roads and dams, all of which we take for granted. In fact we’ve moved on now to inhibiting these natural urges to build shape and create, replacing them with computers, books, students sitting at desks and regular tests. We wonder why boys have lost interest...

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Composition: Important tips when planning a Painting

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Easy way to paint fluffy clouds with dry-brush: Lesson 8 with Rob McGregor.

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Again we only require Phthalo Blue, Magenta, Yellow and White with a surface to paint.

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How to shape hills and make some look further away: Lesson 7 with Rob McGregor

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It is a simple matter to create hills that have form and appear to become more distant.

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Easy Way to Paint Mountains: Lesson 6 with Rob McGregor

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We can form snowy mountains easily and quickly using a Painting or Palette knife.

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