Saturday, May 21, 2011
Random views from an art show
On the left, Erica (my grade 7-12 counterpart), me, and the marker-cap sign; and on the right, my delightful 5th grade helpers, Kylie, Delilah, and Kylee (and Brooke, missing from the photo). Interesting tidbit- I've been teaching SO long that I taught both of the parents of two of these gals, for at least a couple of years.
3rd grade (left) and high school Studio in Art (right) self portraits!
High school still life drawings, 2nd grade fish, & Jack and his ice cream cone.
3rd grade masks, 1st grade ice cream paintings
The cones are under flying pigs to keep kids from running/crawling underneath them.
Dancers and tooling foil masks, both 6th grade.
By the way, aren't our display flats AWESOME? They are 8' long and were built especially for us by our technology teacher and his pre-voc class. There hadn't been an art show for several years, due to the lack of a practical way to display. But this year, with the new secondary art teacher, the timing seemed right to push for new displays, and they built us 10 of these flats. They are fantastically easy to staple on, and are sturdy and manageable.