What could be better on a cold snowy day than a cup of hot chocolate? My talented Fifth Grade artists drew beautiful cups of steaming hot chocolate, concentrating on pattern and color as they created their designs. And the really fun part of this project….Mrs. Brouwer stirring up cups of hot chocolate for everyone to [...]
My fourth and fifth grade artists have been doing some stunning work with patterns this year. Check out these close up shots of their work.
Here are the first selections for our 2012 HPS Student Art Show! Congratulations, artists!
Finally…the sun shines, the air is warm, and we all want to be outdoors. My artists have been enjoying an outdoor scavenger hunt (thanks to fellow Jamestown art teacher Lisa for her cool idea!). Older kids take their sketchbooks along, and the younger ones take a clipboard and paper…and the drawing checklist. A few of [...]
Fifth grade artists recently finished these expressive model magic faces. We looked at the art of Cree and Shoshone Indian artist Sarain Stump and then created these faces that showed an emotion of their choice. They then added symbols around their portraits to add emphasis to their work.
More pieces have been selected for our upcoming 2011 Student Art Show – check them out! Congratulations artists!
Here are the most recent selections for our upcoming Hudsonville Student Art Show, scheduled for April 25-28, 2011. Keep scrolling, there are a bunch of beautiful pieces! Congratulations, artists!
Some of my 5th Grade artists have been creating these crazy collage snowmen this week – we decided that they look a bit surreal!
Fifth Graders are adding the final details to their fun clay trees. They are enjoying digging through a big pile of sticks for just the right “arms”, and adding brown and black watercolor for additional tree color. We have also discovered that oil pastel, rubbed in with a blending stump, adds a great bit of [...]
We’ve had several inches of snow this week, to the delight of our students. Makes a nice tie-in to the snowflake project that some of my classes have been enjoying. Since some of my classes are playing “catch up” with other projects, I started these snowflakes in some of my 5th and 3rd grades. I [...]