They Were Inspired by Tula Pink!
Students at Junaluska Elementary School created a stunning quilt mural in a rainbow of colors. Every student in the 2nd through 5th grades during the 2019 school year participated by creating a square.
Tula Pink was the inspiration for this project.
“Students learned about FIBER artist, Tula Pink, a popular Instagram artist who makes quilts in addition to being a professional illustrator and fabric designer.”
They also learned about analogous colors, those next to each other on the color wheel, as they chose colors for their squares. One of Tula’s quilts inspired the diamond pattern.
While the article describes the project as a quilt, it appears that the squares are made from painted paper. Click on the photo in the link below then click on the popup to see an enlarged view.
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