The fifth project that the students in Art 7 completed was three-dimensional sculptures. They created the designs out of cardboard, newspaper, and cups as a support structure. The students layered many strips of newspaper to create a sturdy piece of artwork. When the base of the letter was complete, they added their own decorations to personalize their artwork.
The students in Art 7 recently completed abstract paintings using watercolor paint. They experimented with many different techniques to design interesting patterns. Using pens, the students outlined chosen areas of the painting to create definition and focal points.
The students in Art 7 learned how to create a design with radial symmetry. They focused on detail and craftsmanship. I think they turned out awesome!
The students in Art 7 were challenged to create a silhouette painting that illustrated a hobby or interest. They focused on clean, crisp lines and blending techniques to create the background.
These awesome and creepy haunted houses were created by the students in Art 7. We practiced architecture, perspective, and texture as well as using foreground, middle ground, and background to create depth within the images. All of these important artistic tools were incorporated into the creepy, just in time for Halloween, haunted houses!
The students in Art 7 created agamographs for their first big project in art class this year. The artworks were created to give the illusion of a changing image as viewers walk past. Check them out!
The students in Art 7 were challenged to create an original comic that illustrated an issue a seventh grader might encounter. The comics could be funny or serious. The variety of characters, settings, and dialogue the students developed to tell their stories is fantastic!