The casual onlooker might have assumed a group of hazardous materials experts were surveying the park outside the Central Y for dangerous goods, but a closer look would have revealed the grade 11 visual arts class engaging in a painting lesson borrowed from the great abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock.  Students dripped, poured, splattered and threw paint at their canvases to create non-representational works that break the rules of conventional, image-based art.

Jun 5th, 2012 – Jackson Pollock Paintings