Middle School artists studied radial symmetry and then used their knowledge to create these incredible mandalas. I think they did a great job! To find out more about this project click here.
Art club is more than a lot of fun! Art club provides an opportunity for students to build a close-knit community. Students get to practice their artistic skills and learn from each other. The first session of art club this school year consists of 5th & 6th grade artists. They are currently creating fall artwork to display in the hallway leading to the lunchroom.
Kindergarten artists learned about author and illustrator Marcus Pfizer. They used glue and oil pastels on black construction paper to created their own Rainbow Fish. To find out more about this lesson click here.
My friends know I am always taking classes because I love learning new things. Currently I am exploring how to make instructional videos through Adobe Education Exchange. Here is my first attempt at using Adobe Spark.
Middle school artists are learning about radial symmetry and mandalas. They were given the choice to use colored pencils, sharpies, markers, oil pastels, or pastels to create their own mandalas. They are working hard and it shows. To learn more about this project click here.
The high school art students practiced their "Urban Sketch" skills today. We sketched at the Stuart Coffee Shop and at the downtown pavilion on the water. We were blessed with beautiful weather and by a man playing his guitar and singing praise music. To find out more about Urban Sketch you can watch this video by Alvin Wong.
Middle school artists created edible color wheels today with Vanilla Wafers and red, blue, and yellow frosting. This is always one of my favorite lessons to teach and by the pictures you can see the students loved it too! To see the lesson click here.