Third Graders are finishing up their study of Louisiana artist George Rodrigue, who has been painting “Blue Dog” since the 1980′s. Since we have been learning about the art element of color in the 3rd grade, George Rodrigue’s exploration with color and words is a fun way to wrap up our color study. We enjoyed [...]
Archive for January, 2009
We are finishing up many projects this week in the art room. Take a look at some of our recent masterpieces! Fifth Grade Winter Landscapes Fourth Grade Edgar Degas Portraits with Figure Study First Grade – vehicle prints with primary and secondary watercolors
A big thank you to Mrs. Randolph, who spent several hours this week hanging art in our 2/3 hallway. Our 2nd graders have finished up their warm/cool cityscapes-check them out here!
Whew, we’ve been busy this week! Most classes are finishing up projects related to our recent study and review of color. Fifth graders began some beautiful winter landscapes, and fourth graders are continuing their study of Edgar Degas and focusing on drawing figures. Third graders began a project in the style of “Blue Dog” artist [...]
Jared shared with me that he couldn’t locate his Mona Lisa masterpiece that has been selected for the art show on our Art Blog….so here it is! Beautiful work, Jared!
I want to give a big shout out to the many parents who volunteered to come in over the last two weeks to hang new artwork in our hallways…as you can see by the pictures, our halls are again filled with creativity and color! Next week our 2/3 hallway will also have new creations as [...]
Several times each year Georgetown student artwork is selected for display at DJ’s Pizza in downtown Hudsonville. Fourth grader Yasmeen has her work hanging at DJ’s now….be sure to stop in for Pizza and check out their awesome wall of student creations. DJ’s also gives each student a $5.00 pizza gift certificate – congratulations Yasmeen! [...]
Our Kindergarten artists began exploring the element of color this week. We learned about the primary colors (Red! Yellow! Blue!) and found out how to mix the secondary colors – orange, green, and violet – using the primary colors. Then the fun began…we squished play-doh colors together to create new colors, and even figured out [...]
Artists in grades 3, 4, and 5 are currently working on their clay projects. Third graders have been learning how to build a coil pot, while 4th graders made on a wall pocket to hang on a wall. Our 5th graders are excited to begin their clay masks and can’t wait until the masks are [...]
Here is a peek at another masterpiece that has been selected for our Spring Art Show! “What Makes You Smile?” by Audrey