Kindergarteners learned about the COLOR WHEEL.
The primary colors are RED, BLUE and YELLOW.
The Secondary colors are PURPLE, ORANGE and GREEN
They mixed clay to create the secondary colors and create a COLOR WHEEL.
Then they used and mixed the primary colors to create their bird painting.
Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black , 1926 Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
Kindergartners played a Smart Board game and watched a video on the COLOR WHEEL
Second grade learned about the ELEMENTS OF ART with a focus on VALUE. Adding white to a color creates a tint and adding black to a color created a shade. They used tints and shades of blue to create their painting of a fish.
Henri Matisse, Goldfish, 1912, oil on canvas, 146 x 97 cm (Pushkin Museum of Art, Moscow)
Fourth graders are learning how to draw using perspective. They are using the “Vanishing Point” to create cubes.
Congratulations to Saylor for winning Honorable Mention for grades 3-5!
Congratulations to Avner for winning first place for grades K-2!
MJGDS won third place for overall art!
Third graders learned about the Elements of Art. The Elements of Art are the ingredients to art. They learned an easy way to remember all six elements.
They searched for Elements of Art in paintings.
They found most of the Elements of Art in Vincent Van Gogh’s painting of Sunflowers.
They created their own still life and added the Elements of Art .
Students learned about the artistic doors of Tzfat, Israel. They drew doors that included something personal to themselves.
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