2nd and 3rd grade positive/negative paintings
Expressive expressos made by 1st grade yesterday.
Studying a complex subject by focusing on painting the negative shapes….4th-8th grade examples. These are on display at the top of the central staircase.
Painting the negative shapes, then repainting the positive shapes. Using warm and cool colors to create animals inspired by Australian Aboriginal paintings and folk art animals from Oaxaca. 1st –3rd grade…these are on display outside the art room.
Using a bicycle as the subject one more time considering the negative shapes on top of a map and choosing a warm or cool color scheme with at least four hues. 4th –8th grade
To celebrate the end of summer and the Autumnal Equinox that happens today, for this week I would like you to choose a Sun Face image that you like to draw in your sketchbook.
There are lots to choose from so pick one that is unique or interesting to you and have fun with it.
Here are a couple of diagrams that explain the Equinox to help you visualize what we discussed in class today:
To celebrate Spirit Day, for this week I would like you to chose a favorite team mascot to draw in your sketchbook. Have fun and do your best!
I wanted to make my homework grade policy clear for this new school year 2016-17. Homework that is not turned in on the due date will earn a 10 point deduction if turned in during the same week. If the homework assignment is not turned in by the Thursday class it will earn a Zero. I’m happy to provide an extension for excused absences, but the policy is designed to help students to become more responsible about turning in their best work on time.