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!
Third grade artists wrapped up their study of Australia as they explored Australian bark painting. They viewed Aboriginal cave paintings and learned that the hand print stencil found in many cave paintings can be a symbol of peace; it is also used as a signature, to show that a person was in that place. Third [...]
Third grade artists began their study of the culture of Australia and New Zealand by learning about a traditional Aboriginal ceremony. The Aboriginal people show respect for another’s language, country, and ancestors by performing a special smoking ceremony. Fragrant eucalyptus leaves are burned in a special bowl, called a coolamon. The smoldering leaves are used [...]
Ask a third grade Georgetown artist about landscapes….I’ll bet they can tell you all about how to create a beautiful landscape! They may tell you about the foreground, middle ground, and horizon line…or about using warm and cool colors to emphasize different parts of the picture, and maybe even how to choose the right [...]
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 [...]
Third graders recently completed these sweet little watercolor frogs – perfect to celebrate the spring frogs that are peeping outside the art room door! Their watercolor froggies were painted on a background that was brushed with blue watercolor and dabbed with paper towel for some nice texture. Dots were added to the frogs with lemon [...]
My third grade artists recently wrapped up this neat project that tied in to our study of Middle Eastern Culture. I took their profile photos and printed them in black and white, and after discussing King Tut and Queen Nefertiti and looking at Egyptian hieroglyphs, they were ready to work! [...]
We’re adding a new twist to Georgetown’s 2012 Just Write Week – art AND writing! Just Write is a huge celebration of our year long work in writing, with student and staff stories covering every bit of space in our hallways and classrooms. This year, we’re featuring artwork and poems in our multi-purpose room the [...]
Two more projects squeaking under the wire for our upcoming 12th Annual Student Art Show. Congratulations, students!
Nineteen more pieces have been selected for our April district wide student art show. Congratulations, artists!