'Distorted Faces' on Display at the Upper Moreland Public Library
Many forms of art from Upper Moreland students are on display at the entrance of the Upper Moreland Public Library.
If you've visited the Upper Moreland Library, you have noticed the student art work on display right when you walk in.
Different pieces of student-made art highlights the entrance with contributions from middle school and high school students.
Patch's first part in this series looks at "Face Distortions" from 6th graders.
A digital photo of the student making a "funny face." The picture is loaded into Photoshop Elements 9 and Liquify filter is applied creating the distorted face effect. The image is printed with a one-inch, square-grid overlay.
Students make a light two-inch square gride on a piece of drawing paper and begin to enlarge their distorted face picture. After getting the basic face shapes on the paper, the grid is erased and the final standing begins.