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Upper elementary has just completed an eight week unit studying Greece. One of the things they learned about was Greek architecture. They became familiar with the three different kinds of columns; doric, ionic and corinthian. They created these water color … Continue reading
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One of my favorite art blogs is called ‘That Artist Woman’. Upper elementary students used her technique to create these delightful squirrel mono prints. http://www.thatartistwoman.org/2016/11/squirrel-portrait-and-new-sharpie-book.html Here are a few examples of student work. I love their fluffy tails.
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3rd -5th grade students created these fabulous, mixed media, compositions. Cut outs of turtles were decorated with painted paper in mosaic style. Painted paper was also used to create seaweed.
3rd, 4th and 5th grade took on a challenging project in art during September. They were asked to draw a closeup picture of an eye. This required careful study of each other’s eyes! Shading was another skill they practiced. The … Continue reading
1st and 2nd graders began the school year in art class reviewing color theory. Students were shown the color wheel and created pictures with primary and secondary colors. Through experimenting with paint they learned about the relationship between colors. Here … Continue reading
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3rd, 4th and 5th graders have been studying the planets during science. So an art project exploring otherworldly aspects of the solar system was a timely option for the students. The first step was for students to create their background. … Continue reading
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2nd grade spent last week in the art room learning about tints and shades. Mrs. Wenzel combined art theory with a great art project to help students see the value of blending colors from dark to light.
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As part of the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade unit study on bridges, students were challenged to draw a bridge in perspective. They really experienced what it was like to be an engineer as they had to use their math … Continue reading