Congratulations to all of the classes for another wonderful Trimester of great behavior in art class. The scores earned each day were averaged to find out the winners!
Results are as follows:
Tied for 1st Place
Tied for 2nd Place
The winning classes will be awarded with an art party :) when we return from Spring Break!
Keep up the good work!
2nd graders are FINALLY finishing up their paper weavings! It has been a long time coming. Art time is getting cut a bit short with our schedules lately (basketball early dismissals, snow days, and now the wonderful Olympics), but we were able to meet today!
The end results are just lovely, check them out!
After School Art!
Today was our first meeting of the after school art program, and we had a blast. I had a small, but amazing group of enthusiastic artists ready to go. They started creating these lovely oil pastel giraffes! Next week, we'll finalize them. Check out their progress so far :)
Also pictured are some finished examples from my after school time at Carney.
These lovely landscapes were created by Mrs. Snyder's class. I am very impressed with their abilities, especially for Kindergarten. We drew the landscapes together step by step, and these are now starting to be finished with oil pastel.
Today kicked off the Olympics at the elementary school! In the art room over the last few weeks I had a few side projects - the Olympic Torch and big Eternal Flame (pictured left). It was fun to do a little fun side project. At the high school, Josh thought it also could double as a bonfire :) Good luck to all of the wonderful countries in their contests next week!
Last week I had Art on Friday at the elementary! Normally I stay at the high school on Friday afternoons for prep time. This past week the schedule was a bit different because I was making up time for going on the Good Behavior Outing with the high school students.
Friday was a great day in the art room! 2nd graders continued to work on their fabulous paper weavings. I am really starting to love how they are turning out! 4th graders started a mini-Op art project. :)