It has never been a for secret for anyone I've ever worked with: I LOVE DISPLAYING STUDENT WORK.I do. I love it.This is due, in part, to my memory of how excited I got whenever my artwork decorated the hallways of my elementary/middle and even high schools. Man, my little chest would puff up every… Continue reading Displays!
The above works are by one of my high school students, a sophomore in fact. I wish I could take some credit for these incredible creations, but in reality the student is an artistic genius. One of these works is from a unit we completed on Georgia O'Keefe in colored pencil; its size is 24… Continue reading Super Talented Student
This is a great review project for color theory and line weight. My 6th graders had to choose a complementary, analogous, or triadic color scheme, design an abstract design using thick and thin lines, and color using markers.
I loved seeing these wee little owl projects over on "There's A Dragon in My Classroom" (I think at least. I went to find the link to the original post and I can't find it. So, if was you, please let me know, so I can put in a good link) so much! A few… Continue reading Inspired by Art Ed Bloggers: Owls
Do you need to laugh? Check out these Pre-K Self Portraits my four-year-olds made this week. I asked this student if he had a beard. He looked at me as if I were nuts and said: "no."Oddly enough, this portrait represents the nature of this child. You know the student who is loud and almost… Continue reading Pre-Kindergarten Self-Portraits