Fifth graders experimented with Gelli Plates, texture tools, paint scrapers and stamps to create unique works of art!
In Art, First graders learned about Tu B’shevat and created a collage of birch trees. They used paint scrapers, sponges and painted paper! The birch trees were inspired by the book Snowballs by author and illustrator Lois Ehlert.
Preschoolers created beautiful tree collages for Tu B’Shevat! They used painted paper, texture plates and lots of glue!!!
Maurice Sendak was an author and illustrator. His family members were the inspiration for some of his characters. Second graders learned about Maurice Sendak, studied his illustrations and searched for visual texture in his drawings. They created their own Wild Things using visual texture.
We have some new things to experiment with the in the Makerspace. Students built with Keva Planks and created robots with Cubelets.
Colors are an element of art. Kindergartners learned about primary and secondary colors. They mixed the primary colors to create secondary colors and created a rainbow of birds.
The Spanish club came to the art room for a visit and created portraits of Frida Khalo using modeling clay.
Kindergarten painted paper with bubble wrap, stamps and texture tools. The paper was used to create a collage for Tu B’Shevat.