Monday, March 12, 2018
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Third Grade created paintings loosely inspired by artist Alexander Calder. Each student rolled a dice to determine how many circles, wavy lines, and starburst shapes to their work. They then painted the lines black. Once dry, they filled in the rest of the area with primary colors. All of their pieces were displayed together as one large artwork.
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Although the drawings/paintings themselves look simple, the students had to measure and mix tempera paint and baking soda to create a snow-like texture to paint their snowman:
Each grade level study different aspects of Joan Miro's artwork and then created their own artwork inspired by him:
After studying artist Joan Miro, the students created collaborative murals based on the shapes and lines found in his work: