Fifth grade artists have been weaving in the art room! They learned about the parts of a weaving, what a loom is, how to weave fringe, how to weave shapes, and everyone created their own unique woven tapestry!
Kindergarten artists used all of their knowledge of shapes and lines to create a castle drawing. Then they used watercolor paints to add color.
Fourth grade artists have been learning about the color wheel in the art room! They each created their own color wheels by mixing the primary colors to create the secondary and tertiary colors. Then they painted around their color wheel to turn it into something new.
First grade artists have been learning about symmetry in the art room! They cut out a symmetrical shaped mask by folding a paper in half and cutting out half of their mask shape, then opening up the paper to reveal the full shape. Whatever shapes and designs they added to one side of the mask …
Fourth grade artists learned how to draw using one-point perspective in the art room! Drawing with these one-point perspective steps can help to show space in a two-dimensional artwork.
Kindergarten artists learned about symmetry in the art room. They each created their own symmetrical butterfly with paint by painting on one side of their paper and then folding their paper so that each half of the butterfly would match.
Fifth grade artists were each able to create a vessle out of clay in the art room! They learned about different clay methods like coil building, slabs, and slipping and scoring. They had to use a combination of all three of these techniques to create a vessel that could hold something else. Once their …