An Egyptian cartouche (clay and acrylic) - "Sarah"
A student rubbing with hieroglyphics describing the interests and likes of the student.
Another student's "wall carving" with their cartouche rubbing and descriptive hieroglyphics.
The first step was to mix and pour the plaster. After a couple weeks of drying, students transferred their drawings onto the plaster face with carbon paper. Next, they carefully carved out the outline of their drawing from the plaster. Finally, students used tempera paints to add colour which would have been a similar process and medium as what the Ancient Egyptians would have done.