New Projects on Artsonia


Mrs. Persch and I have been busy uploading new student artwork to Artsonia – the world’s largest on-line art gallery!   We have over 500 works of art from every grade on display in Georgetown’s gallery.

Please visit the Artsonia site and browse our masterpieces, and don’t forget that you can get your child’s artwork printed on all kinds of cool items from the Artsonia Gift Shop – Christmas is right around the corner!  And did you know that 20% of your purchase goes directly to the Georgetown Art Room?  Funds raised through Artsonia sales will be used to purchase art books for the art room….and hopefully in the near future, a new drying rack for our artwork.

Visit us soon on Artsonia!

Artsonia Is Back!

Georgetown’s recent Third Grade Art Project is now featured on Artsonia, the world’s largest kids’ art museum.

Third grade’s “Button Project” was our first art project this year – a little line, shape, and color review.  The pieces uploaded to Artsonia are beautiful and well worth a look!  Third grade parents –  you will be receiving a “Parent Slip” home this week detailing how to access your child’s artwork on line.  You may leave comments for your child, let them enter and artist statement about the piece, and order custom items with the artwork printed on the piece.

The Georgetown Elementary Art Department receives 20% of the sales when you order items printed with your childs’ artwork.  Funds earned will be used to purchase ART BOOKS for the Art Room!

Look for more artwork from your child on Artsonia later this year!

Artsonia is Here!

Artsonia is the worlds largest kids’ art museum….and Georgetown Elementary is now featuring our student artwork in the Artsonia On-Line Museum.  You can visit our Georgetown Art Displays here.

Parents – your students will be bringing home a paper this week with special information about the Artsonia Student Art Museum, including the code and security key needed to access your childs’ artwork.

If you have questions about the Artsonia Art Museum, please contact me via my blog or through my school email:

I look forward to seeing you at the Museum!