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 […]
Third grade artists have been learning about Leonardo daVinci and his famous Mona Lisa painting. They were excited to learn daVinci’s trick of drawing eyes that seem to follow you around the room, and brainstormed lots of interesting ideas about what Mona Lisa might have been thinking about as she smiled mysteriously while her portrait […]
Sometimes, my third grade artists have discovered, we make art just for FUN. Turning themselves into silly elves was just plain….fun, with a little creative problem solving thrown in as they figured out how to make elf-inspired clothing. This project was inspired by Pinterest! See more at “Art With Mrs. Chiddo” (scroll down to […]
Third grade artists are finishing up their study of Louisiana artist George Rodrigue, creator of Blue Dog. They drew awesome dogs using oil pastels, and placed their dog on a background inspired by Van Gogh’s famous Starry Night. Blue Dog – cutting it out Starry Night Background Four dogs – aren’t they great?! […]
Georgetown artists in grades 1-3 began their first project of the school year with a fun little line, shape, and color review – The Button Project. Their designs began with a button or fuzzy pom-pom of their choice; they then created a radial design using lines and shapes around their buttons and pom-poms. Check out […]
Here are the latest Georgetown masterpieces that have been selected for our April 2012 Hudsonville Student Art Show. Congratulations, artists!
Here are the first selections for our 2012 HPS Student Art Show! Congratulations, artists!
More pieces have been selected for our upcoming 2011 Student Art Show – check them out! Congratulations artists!
Our lovely crew of parent volunteers spent an afternoon hanging student artwork in the halls for me last week. Our students love seeing their artwork on display, and so do I! Thank you, parents!
My third and fourth graders have been exploring weaving this past week. We used some unusual “looms” for our weaving; third graders wove around a paper plate, and fourth graders are experiencing weaving around a plastic cup as their loom. Both grades are absolutely loving this new weaving technique – and many of my students […]