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wednesday feb 10th, rm 351…come & be ABSTRACT


the following is websters definition of ABSTRACT:

Pronunciation: \ab-ˈstrakt\

Function: adjective

Etymology: Medieval Latin abstractus, from Latin, past participle of abstrahere to drag away, from abs-, ab- + trahere to pull, draw

Date: 14th century

4th Definition:  Having only intrinsic form with little or no attempt at pictorial representation or narrative content <abstract painting>

this wednesday, room 351.  RM 351!!

come this wednesday and see how others defined and interpreted this weeks assignment:


your challenge this week is to use your camera to take ABSTRACT pictures.  however you define ABSTRACT and choose to express yourself in your images… please bring your 3 favorite pictures to share with the class.  be prepared to share.


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