Third and Fourth Grade G-Town artists are wrapping up their clay projects and are excited to show them off! Third graders created coil pots and turned them into bird nests by squeezing clay through a garlic press; they loved creating the squiggly looking nest tops. They created colorful birds, eggs, and baby birds using Model […]
Georgetown fourth grade artists have been learning about the work of Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky. Inspired by his “Composition VIII”, they traced circles and masked off lined areas on their watercolor paper as they explored creating an art piece in the style of Kandinsky. Composition VIII This great little video really brought this painting to life! Their finished […]
Georgetown Fourth Grade artists recently finished a huge figure drawing unit. They began by looking at the art of Edgar Degas, who was a master at drawing the human figure and known for his pastel drawings of ballerinas. Then they tried their own figure drawings…modeling for each other and doing a series of quick […]
Georgetown’s Fourth Grade artists created these beautiful Amazon rainforest birds to wrap up their study of Mexico, Central America, and South America. See more rainforest birds in our on-line Artsonia gallery here! This project was inspired by Denise M. Logan’s book, “Dynamic Art Projects For Children”.
Final Georgetown Art Show Selections! Congrats, artists! Find more information about our 2014 Art Show here: Hudsonville Art Program
Well everyone, we are finishing our last selections for the 14th Annual HPS District Art Show. Here are our most recent masterpieces – congratulations, artists! Check here for more art show information! Hudsonville Art Program
Fourth grade artists have been studying the art of American Artists Mary Cassatt. They learned that she loved to paint children, including her own nieces and nephew. So of course they created portraits of children – themselves! After writing about themselves and creating a background of colored tissue paper, they traced their portraits from photos. […]
Paul Klee’s “Highway and Byways” was the inspiration for these pieces created by our Fourth Grade artists. This project also focused on our school-wide goal of improving student math number sense with a deeper understanding of fractions. Fourth grade students used their knowledge of fractions to divide their paper space into halves, thirds, and fourths. […]
Each year, student artwork is selected for display at our Administration Building. The framed artwork is “on loan” for one year and then returned to the students. It is always a pleasure to drop the artwork off at the Administration Building – everyone there stops what they are doing and gathers around the art pieces, […]
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!