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PreAP Art II students are studying bull drawing this week.

PreAP Art II students are studying bull drawing this week.

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PreAP Art II students are studying bull drawing this week.

Prachurjya Shreya, Staff Reporter

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PreAP Art II students are straying from their comfort zones and exploring abstract art by recreating Picasso’s study of bulls.

Art teacher Pernie Fallon was inspired by the idea from a multibillionaire tech company.

“I wanted to teach my art students to think more creatively,” Fallon said. “The company Apple uses this particular drawing by Picasso to train their employees to think more creatively. I thought I’d just copy Apple.”

Students hope to learn more about abstract art, but think this project will be difficult due to the style of Picasso’s art.

“I hope to learn how to shade and learn how to make a piece of abstract art from a realistic perspective,” sophomore Divya Sinha said. “I think the hardest part will be recreating the bulls he drew in his study of bulls.”

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Prachurjya Shreya, Managing Editor

Shreya is a senior and this is her fourth year in wingspan. As a senior, she finds almost everyone annoying and hates when underclassmen accidentally touch her in the hallways. She looks really mean when she’s walking, but she’s actually really nice and loves to meet new people. Now, she may look like a twig, but she’s ready to fight at any given time. If you ever get her mad, just buy her some food, and all is forgiven. She hopes her last year in Wingspan is the best. If you were wondering, Higgins is still her savior.

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