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Seven Lakes High School students create art for Texas Children’s Hospital

Katy Texas News
Posted December 14, 2010

In October, Seven Lakes High School art students and their teacher, Angie Bartuska, collaborated with painter Ray Phillips to create two large canvases for Texas Children’s Hospital. Ray Phillips painted with the students and taught them his technique for layering paint and screened images on canvas using acrylic paint. The students requested certain imagery that would be child-centered and playful. Ray Phillips had those images transferred onto large screens prior to the workshop then walked them through the process.

His studio is located just off The Strand in Galveston, Texas, so after painting, several students went down to the beach with Ms. Bartuska and photographed children playing in the water. These children were then painted onto the canvases back in the classroom.

For more information on Ray Phillips and his work, go to his website at rayphillips.com

The paintings will be hanging in the new Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus located at Barker Cypress and I-10. Please mention you found this on www.KatyMagazine.com.

Seven Lakes art students with their artwork on that is currently on display at Texas Children's Hospital in Katy.

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