The middle school students in 3-dimensional Design recently made abstract pantyhose sculpture. For this lesson we defined abstract art, representational art, and non-representational art. The students looked at a variety of abstract sculptures and we talked about what we saw when we looked at these sculptures, from this we discovered that we all saw something different from the same sculptures. The students were then challenged to make their own abstract sculpture that could be representational or non-representational, meaning it could be something in particular like a person, or it could be extremely abstract. At the end of this assignment we reflected on our artistic process by having a musical chairs art experience. During this art experience students were required to describe the abstract sculpture and answer a series of questions about the sculpture such as, "If this sculpture was to say something out loud what would it say, and why?". These sculptures are being displayed in the lobby.