Well everyone – we’re done in the Art Room until September. Before we go, here’s one last project from our fabulous G-Town artists! What to do with all that opened paint that won’t keep over the summer months? What to do now that the District Art Show is over? HOW to keep summer-ready students interested [...]
Archive for June, 2012
What would you think if you woke up one morning and looked out the window…and the sky was green, the trees were blue, and the grass was…purple! First grade artists were tickled pink to learn about the way the Fauvist artists played with color, using strong, bright colors in unusual ways. Here are some of [...]
Third graders recently completed these sweet little watercolor frogs – perfect to celebrate the spring frogs that are peeping outside the art room door! Their watercolor froggies were painted on a background that was brushed with blue watercolor and dabbed with paper towel for some nice texture. Dots were added to the frogs with lemon [...]
My artists are discovering their artwork that I have uploaded to the Artsonia Kids’ Art Museum! They have been ordering mugs, shirts, and other items with their artwork printed on these items…and here’s the cool thing, part of the profits on the sale of items goes right back to the Georgetown Art Room. One of [...]
Mrs. Nienhouse’s Kinders created these sweet little Memorial Day Flags last week. Lots of fine motor action as they tore little pieces of construction paper and glued them to the paper!
Second grade artists have been learning about Henri Matisse and his beautiful cut paper collages. They created their own cut paper collage in the style of his “Beasts of the Sea” piece. They quickly became experts at cutting spirals and finding the beauty in their positive and negative cut shapes. Matisse – Beasts of [...]