Corrugation Creativity

I had bought some electronics and as a result, had a whole lot of very sturdy corrugated cardboard. As is well-known, I hate throwing away anything and this cardboard stay lying in my studio for quite some time. One day I decided to make it mandatory for my high school students to do their next assignment on the card – any size they desired, any medium. The only thing that was compulsory was to carve out some areas of the top layer to reveal the corrugation below. Each one of them did it in their own way and the result was a wide variety of paintings as you will see.

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