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In this art worksheet, students view a picture of Alexander Calder's sculpture "Black, White, and Ten Red." They analyze the sculpture by first finding the "rule" in the Fibonacci sequence. Students read a paragraph about where the Fibonacci sequence may be found in nature. They apply the Fibonacci sequence to the sculpture by telling the number of shapes that would be on the bottom if Calder had made it one layer longer.