Merry Christmas to the Plato family. The art room has it's own Christmas tree with a rainbow of ornaments to coordinate with the existing art room rainbow decor.
Kindergarten and 1st grade painted these adorable polar bears and then adorned them with collage shape borders.
Here is another project from November that I forgot to post. 2nd and 3rd graders created cubism autumn trees.
Kindergarten and 1st grade created their own decorated Christmas trees that were put together to create one large Christmas tree for their whole class.
2nd and 3rd grade art students created these adorable cups of hot cocoa cups featuring their own collage winter scenes. White pom poms were used for the marshmallows.
I forgot to make this post in the beginning of October... Here is what the art room door looked like for the month of October. Classroom doors were decorated in the theme of spooky children's literature. "Goosebumps," by R.L. Stine was the art room door theme.
The art room door is decorated for the holidays and reminds students to be kind always because you never know what someone is going through.
In November, 4th and 5th grade students created these colorful oil pastel fall leaf designs. They focused on balance in composition, warm colors and blending of colors.
Kindergarten and 1st grade students drew turkeys, decorated their feathers with patterns colored with crayons and then did a resist painting with watercolors.
2nd and 3rd grades learned about the delicious paintings of pop artist Wayne Thiebaud and created their own devilishly sweet desserts!