Just a little peek at our 5th Grade Georgia O’Keeffe flower paintings…these pieces are stunners, every single one of ‘em! More pictures coming soon!
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Can’t wait to see how these 5th Grade “O’Keeffe Flowers” turn out!
Mrs. Persch and I visited ArtPrize last week. Here are some of the works of art we enjoyed! This little video from Pure Michigan is neat too! Hope everyone gets a chance to see some of the ArtPrize entries!
Second grade artists reviewed the art element of LINE as they created these gorgeous hot air balloons. After adding all the lines they could dream up, they carefully added color using watercolor paint. And of course these beautiful balloons needed to float in the sky…so our artists chose just the right map from an [...]
WE CAN….make many, many kinds of lines! First graders learned about one of our most important art elements – LINE. They practiced making oodles of different kinds of lines, including zig-zag, mouse ears, roller coaster, castle, and cloud. After tracing their hands to create their “tree”, lines and color were added. Then they were challenged [...]
Oh how I love seeing these 5th grade boys drawing in their sketchbooks!
I do enjoy a full drying rack – sign of a busy and happy painting day in the art room! Stay tuned for a new project update!
Georgetown’s artists are busy creating beautiful works of art, and the artwork is…piling up! Mrs. Persch and I will be trying a new system this year to send your child’s artwork home. The art pieces that our artists have put their heart and soul into creating are often crammed into backpacks or folded into little [...]
Hello everyone – we are off and running with another year of creativity at Georgetown! This year is extra exciting because we have added another ART ROOM for Mrs. Persch – right next door to Mrs. Brouwer’s art room! Mrs. Persch teaches all four Kindergarten art classes, plus Mrs. Woodring’s 1st grade and Mrs. Greenlund’s [...]
Our first big art projects this year are all about NAMES! Each grade level is learning a different way to write their names – 1st and 2nd grades are learning BUBBLE LETTERS, 3rd is learning BLOCK LETTERS, and grades 4 and 5 are learning how to write their name in CURSIVE. Students then added the [...]