Students Outdid Themselves This Week!

Wrapping up our Spring John Singer Sargent studies, our aim in my classes was to deconstruct a few of his watercolors, try our hand at his techniques, and attempt to apply them to our own favorite reference material.  Here are just a few beautiful works from my students:

Some work done in class:

Students Study Sargent
Students Study Sargent

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Sylvia Cameron did an amazing job of trying her hand at 2 of Sargent’s beautiful paintings:

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5 thoughts on “Students Outdid Themselves This Week!”

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  2. With havin so much written content do you ever
    run into any problems of plagorism or copyright violation? My website has a lot
    of unique content I’ve either created myself or
    outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping it up all over
    the web without my permission. Do you know any solutions to help stop content from being ripped off?

    I’d definitely appreciate it.

    1. because my content is visual for the most part, I keep my own art strategically watermarked and low res. If I find the paintings represented online, I ask that they at least give me credit as the artist; for me, it is free advertising that way and sometimes I get sales of prints that way. When I post my students’ artwork I keep the images low res. While it might reappear on websites, at least nobody is going to use this content on merchandise. As for written text, I think you are at the mercy of others’ good will. The most you can do is prominently mark each passage as copywrited.

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