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Student Art Gallery

Do you know a student or group of students who has completed a Blue Dog or George Rodrigue-inspired project?

We would love to see photos of the resulting artwork! Please share photos from an individual student or an entire classroom by submitting them to our Student Gallery. Your artwork will inspire others and may be chosen as the GRFA featured project of the month!  

Submit Your Own Art Gallery

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blue dog in africa - Featured Gallery!

In this lesson the children are encouraged and taught to express themselves by using any colors to express various objects. For example, we have placed "The Blue Dog" in an African context by drawing African tribal art motifs in the background.

- zelma van wyk from cape town, South Africa

How do you Blue Dog?

Students watched the "Mr. George" lecture/demo video via internet and were given the opportunity to paint their own version of Blue Dog. They were instructed to show "How do you Blue Dog?"

- Antoinette Velardes from Yucaipa, California USA

Blue Dogs in Texas

Artists studied George Rodrigue, and copied his famous Blue Dog into their own settings.

- Becca Thomas from Frisco, Texas USA

Prison Blues

- Kate Tremie from Sulphur, Louisiana USA

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