By Frederick Palmer and Fabio Barraclough (Auth.)
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With the actual still life group as an aid, it may be shown how the shapes overlap. To make this more understandable let the children use an actual newspaper instead of painting one (Fig. 16). Here we have the basis of the overlapping exercise. If the newspaper covers the whole table in the "live" group, then the newsprint in the picture will show the plane on which that group is placed. It is already overlapping the "background" and a child, painting the objects of the group, will have to place them over the newspaper.
According to the ingenuity of the child, the keys of the instrument will be used either as simple pattern or complicated counterchange, while the counterchanging of the shape of hands might be used so that, instead of one pair of hands playing the instrument, there are many pairs in different positions, overlapping each other and the instrument, so giving a feeling of movement. In the past the artist has been concerned with the representation of object, person, and natural formations. He has sought to express his 38 ART AND THE YOUNG ADOLESCENT FIG.
FIG. 20. Collage of a girl in the sea. With the stripe exercise as a base, the picture was made by assembling the head from an old painting and incorporating textured paper for the hair. ) Or use the same exercise as the basis of a still life, when the pattern can be associated with a tablecloth. Rather than leave it as it is and simply place the objects over the top, the whole sheet of stripes can be cut up so that either the shape of the tabletop is taken from it and the remaining pieces used as part of the background, or it is cut in such a way as to show the folds of the cloth as they fall around the table.
Art and the Young Adolescent by Frederick Palmer and Fabio Barraclough (Auth.)