During our unit on National Identity in January/February, students learned about symbols representing Canada. One symbol we learned about was art created by famous Canadians, and how they represent Canada around the world. We learned about Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. Ted Harrison is one of Canada’s most known artists. His paintings of nature in the Yukon are recognized around the world. After studying his artwork, learning about warm and cool colours, and nature in the Yukon, we set out to create our own Ted Harrison inspired art. Here are some of the results!
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