Welcome Back Mural

Welcome back to another wonderful year at Geer Park! Every artist in the school started this year by making 1/4 of a circle shape and filled it with designs and their initials. Then they worked together as a table to create a circle with each of their shapes. All of our individual pieces look nice …


Kindergarten Spring Collages

Kindergarten artists each created a collage to show the season of Spring! They began by painting papers for a sky, grass, and colorful papers for flowers or animals.  They used techniques such as sponge painting, splatter painting, and using texture tools. They cut shapes from their painted papers and arranged them to look like grass, …


Student Art Show

This year we have 11 artists in Dearborn’s City Wide Student Art Show! The opening night is Wednesday, April 24th starting at 4:00 and the show will be up until May 29th.  It is located in the Padzieski gallery in the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center. Stop by and see all of the wonderful …


Gallery Rally Art Show

This year we have 33 artists from Geer Park who have work featured in Dearborn’s Gallery Rally! Their artwork will be located in the  City Hall ArtSpace connector building on April 6th and will be open from 10-5. There will also be 9 other galleries around Dearborn featuring artist work, and if you go and …


Kindergarten Self Portraits

Kindergarten artists have created self portraits! They began by mixing their skin color from yellow, red, white, and black. They tried to match the color they were mixing to their skin color as best they could- we texted a small dot on our hands to see how close we could get!   Then they drew …


Kindergarten Mixing Colors

Kindergarten and young 5 artists have been mixing the primary colors in their artwork! They began by experimenting with a special guest to see what would happen when the primary colors were mixed together- they mixed colors with oil pastels, paint, and clay! One class created a Jasper Johns inspired number or letter painting using …


Kindergarten Primary Colors

Kindergarten artists have been using the primary colors in their artwork!   They used horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines to draw spider webs and then colored in their webs with the primary colors. Then they looked at Mondrian’s “Broadway Boogie Woogie” and created a map collage using the primary colors!