- Middle School art class latest project helps visually impaired
- Posted April 12, 2012 midnight
- P.S. duPont Middle art teacher Mark Scira had his students take part in a project that would impact the lives of others who need it most: the visually impaired. In total, 30 plates will be printed and prepped for bas relief, a sculpture technique in which figures and/or other design elements are just barely more prominent than the (overall flat) background. This technique retains the natural contours of the figures, and allows the work to be viewed from many angles without distortion of the figures themselves.
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