Georgetown artists have been using their creative ideas to fill a jar with something interesting. We’ve filled our jars with candy, cookies, fish, robots, toys, hair ribbons, sunglasses….just to name a few!
First grade artists have been learning about the Impressionist work of Claude Monet. As they examined Monet’s Japanese Bridge painting, they all wondered….where are the frogs on the lily pads?! So…we created lily pads, blending our colors so it looked like the sun was shining on them, just like Monet might do. They added little [...]
First grade artists wrapped up their color unit with a little rainbow order project and Mr. Roy G. Biv. They painted their little birdies in rainbow order, and LOVED their Roy G. Biv bracelets! Thanks to my fellow bloggers for these project ideas: Rain bow birds – The Painter’s Palette Roy G. Biv Bracelets [...]
Congratulations, Georgetown Artists! Here are the latest selections for our 2013 HPS Student Art Show. Thanks to our wonderful kindergarten art teacher, Mrs. Persch, for getting these masterpieces ready for the art show!
First grade artists learned about Aboriginal dot painting and some of the unique wildlife of Australia as they created these cool saltwater Baru Crocodiles! They began by tracing circles with a large marker, coloring the background with Warm Wanda colors, and carefully making white dots with a q-tip. We drew our crocodiles step-by-step with [...]
My first grade artists have been having a great time exploring color this week. After learning about the primary colors, or the “boss of all colors”, as my first graders say, they drew their own color wheels and did a little color mixing.
First grade artists learned about the art of Pablo Picasso and had fun exploring shapes as they painted these fun portraits. They also got a chance to demonstrate their understanding of warm and cool colors as they painted. We did this project a couple of years ago – see it here – but this year [...]
Pumpkins have grown legs and spiders have built creative webs. ’Nuff said.
Gotta love these pattern owls created by my awesome first grade artists! Aren’t they a hoot? drawing…and finished painted pieces. Awww. See more owls – visit Georgetown’s art gallery on ARTSONIA!
First Grade artists had monstrous fun creating these monsters on a tall brick wall. We sponge printed the wall and then drew our silly monsters up on our wall. We read lots of monster-y books for drawing inspiration – these were two of our favorites. Did you know that you can listen to a fun [...]