Fifth grade artists brainstormed who they aspire to be when they grow up.
The artists created 3-dimensional ceramic shoes that represent their future careers.
Patterns in Nature
Patterns can be found all around us in nature. Students examined different types of patterns and drew their favorite one for their Square 1 Art assignment. The artists chose warm, cool, or complementary colors, as well as used blending to embellish their artwork. These patterns will be carved into their 5th grade sculpture they will create with the visiting artist, Pamela Underhill.
Zentangles are a method of creating beautifulimages
from repetitive lines and patterns. It is a fascinating new art form that is fun and relaxing.
It increases focus and creativity.Zentangles provide artistic satisfaction
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