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My Art Gallery

Celebrate “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day using this Seattle Art Museum site.
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Celebrate “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day using this Seattle Art Museum site. Create your own art gallery by choosing pieces of art that fit your theme. As you progress through this interactive site, you learn different things to look at in a piece of art, such as texture, space, and line. You also learn how to ask questions about art to discover what kinds of details are most important. The pieces of art have information about the artist, title, how the art was created, the size, and the time period.

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