FBCS Art Exhibit coming soon...
Students are going through artwork, finishing projects, and choosing favorites for the FBCS Night of the Arts, a celebration of everyone's creativity. It will be held May 14th. Here are a few pieces that students have selected to exhibit. Mark your calendars because EVERY student will have artwork displayed. Next comes matting and labeling. The next few weeks are going to be busy!
Back from spring break
I don't know about you but I had a hard time getting ready for school yesterday. Over spring break I went to my nephew's wedding. It took place in North Florida under a beautiful live oak tree. My son Josh and daughter-in-love Amanda were able to come from Kentucky. Jordan and Justin were also there. We all had a wonderful time. How did you spend your spring break?
Former FBCS student Litasha Davis posted this quote by Andre Gide on Instagram today. If you do not know Litasha this quote actually describes her approach to creating art. When Litasha pulls out her art supplies she has already spent time in prayer talking with the Lord about what He wants to share. Her desire is for Christ to speak through her work and it is exciting to see what God is doing in her life. You can check out Litasha's work at Behind the Face Photography.
This makes me smile...
Thank you Delaney
Delaney made this diarama for me while she waited for her mom to finish working. It is made out of recycled material and love. Gifts like this touch my heart and are a great reminder of how blessed I am to work at FBCS.
A Great Evening at FBCS Open House
The FBCS Open House was a great success. All the special teachers and after school programs had information tables set up in the Fellowship Hall. Middle schoolers signed up for electives. The lunch program had samples of food and attracted a lot of attention. Teachers displayed current classwork and shared ideas for next year with students and parents in their classrooms. A BIG thank you to our Parent volunteers and to the 8th grade class, Sidney Kniep, Sam Zyak, and Alex Chase for all your help at the art table. In case you were unable to attend the following describes the middle school art program for next year.
Art 1 – First Semester
Intro to Drawing & Painting
This course is an introduction to traditional principles and contemporary techniques in drawing and painting. Students will gain a greater working knowledge of line, shape, proportion, volume, and composition.
Art 2 – First Semester
Advanced Drawing & Painting
This course builds upon the basic skills learned in Art 1 Intro to Drawing & Painting, exploring various methods and techniques. It includes painting on canvas board and a pre-stretched canvas. Emphasis will be placed on individual projects and developing work.
Art 1 – Second Semester
Intro to Pyrography & 3D Art
This course is an introduction to traditional principles and techniques in wood burning and 3D art. Students will learn the process for wood burning, how to prepare wood, how to use various tips, and create a project. For 3D art students will gain a greater working knowledge of shape, form, proportion, and volume, while creating a 3D design.
Art 2 – Second Semester
Advanced Pyrography & 3D Art
This course builds upon the basic skills learned in Art 1 Intro to Pyrography & 3D Art. Students will receive their own wood-burning tool and will work on a piece of decorative wood as well as explore 3D paper Mache sculpture. Emphasis will be placed on individual projects and developing work.
Hot Dogs & Cool Cats
Warm and cool colors were the topic in VPK art class this week. Students created amazing HOT DOGS with red, yellow, and orange and COOL CATS with blue, green, and purple.
What does home mean to you? That is the question 4th and 5th graders were asked. They looked at artwork by Beverly Buchanan and Jo Joelson and Bruce Gilchrist. After rummaging through boxes of stuff and collecting stuff from home, students put together some amazing homes.