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The playful selection of photographs, drawings, and prints from artists like Rembrandt and Picasso includes a variety of creatures from the animal kingdom.
The exhibit, which runs through August 19, also let children meet and sketch live animals at special events last week. The Roving Reporter met with some young artists who were perusing the exhibit. Kahleel: I wanted to see animals and paintings. Maybe one of them could inspire me or something.
Kahleel: Drawings, and I would put pictures of people from a long time ago, and maybe I would add detailed stuff like maybe draw a nice bird or a dog or a fish. RR: If you were Picasso and you wanted to draw a squirrel, would you do it from memory or look at a real squirrel? Usually I see squirrels there, and once I saw a squirrel fly to the other tree. Kahleel: You should because I saw it, and my dad took a picture of it.
He flew, and my dad showed me the picture. So it happened. Ryan: Yes. I like the apes.
Have you seen the movie where the whole planet is filled with apes? And I have one. We have 13 pets. Hannah: Yeah. It would be awesome to see my own work on the wall, or maybe if someone drew me.
Slimy stuff is cool, like snails and wet clay and snot. Dian Dian: Lions and snakes, because lions are brave and snakes are a symbol for wisdom. Dian Dian: I have a lot of homework, and I do ballet. I already get up at 7. Want to keep up with breaking news?
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