In this art lesson we focused on the importance of a child’s art work being unique and not uniformed which are copied straight from an artist with all the class being copies of each other. The lecturer read a description of a scene then we were to paint this scene. Our resources to paint this scene included any colour/size of paper, an unconventional ‘brush’ (these were handmade), white paint and primary colours of paint. This activity not only develops listening sills but allows creativity. There was not any of the completed pieces of work that were the exact same despite all listening to the same description. This would be an effective lesson within primary schools as it allows pupils to experiment with different materials for example different brushes which creates different types of strokes and textures. It also enables them to experiment with different colours as the have to mix their own green, orange etc.