This is round two of the Karen Kamenzky art project. Her work starts with silk and cotton that she hand dyes and paints. Working from sketches of the images she sees under the microscope, Karen hand cuts the pieces and layers them, where she hand and machine stitches, to add line and color. Our version of the art is done with layers of paper. The largest piece has at least one cutout that is backed by construction paper. Then on another piece of paper, students did their detail work with watercolor, and metallic temperas. We also used sharpie to add line and color, similar to the stitch work in Karen's fiber art.