Painting on a Reflective Surface

Recently, first-year MPS Art Therapy students had the opportunity to work on reflective surfaces through collaborative painting. The paintings contain the individual expression of each partner, plus implicit aspects of the relationship. Painting on a slick surface is different than painting on porous paper or canvas. The way in which paint sits on the surface may/may not offer the same cathartic release as compared with how paint envelopes other surfaces.

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