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Recently in art class River and Sky Class students have been learning how to make clay owls as a part of opening up the “Ceramics Center.” Students learned techniques such as using scoring and slip to attach two pieces of clay together. They also learned how to mold clay to make the shape they desired and how to incise designs into the clay. After the clay pieces dried, they were fired in the kiln. Then the students painted the clay pieces with tempera paint and washed the paint away to create a stained look. Many students took the opportunity to mix paint so that they could create their own unique colors to use when painting their owls. This connected back to the lesson they did earlier in the month, using primary colors to make secondary colors. Look for them on display in the Lower School.