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Trees Inspired by Ted Harrison

 “One curator said he didn’t want my work in his gallery because it was so simple even children understood it. I thought what a wonderful tribute!”

-Ted Harrison

Ted Harrison‘s work is filled with energy and whimsy and continues to influence Canadian artists of today. The students enjoyed learning about the life and career of Mr. Harrison and his love of Canada’s north.

After drawing our oil pastel tree the students used warm and cool acrylic paint to fill in the background.


**This art project was inspired by Art Projects for Kids**

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