silhouette paintings (art 7: project #3)

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.

 

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Abstract Sculptures (Art 8: creative project #7)

The students in art 8 focused on┬áthe artistic behavior “collaboration” by working with classmates to create abstract sculptures. The challenge for this project was to create an original artwork that was abstract (which we defined as an artwork that focuses on shape, form, color, and texture and cannot be named) sculpture that was at least as big as our fish tank, and had drawing or painting on it somewhere. These sculptures are so unique. Each group did a great job working together to explore new materials and techniques.

Final Projects (Art 7: creative project #6)

The students in Art 7 created fantastic final projects. They chose the subject, media and techniques to focus on. The coolest thing about here projects was that each student picked something meaningful or interesting to them as their subject. Awesome job, 7th grade!

Sydney

Sydney

Amber

Amber

Madison J

Madison J

Lindsey

Lindsey

Skylar

Skylar

Madisyn M

Madisyn M

Ellissa

Ellissa

Ashlyn

Ashlyn

Sierra

Sierra

Samantha

Samantha

Allie

Allie

Peter

Peter

(I can’t find a picture of Colton’s baseball themed drawing ­čśŽ It was fantastic.)

 

 

3D Initials (Art 7: creative project #4)

The students in Art 7 created 3D decorative initials. First they built the base of the structure using cardboard, paper cups, and glue. Then they layered many strips of paper mache over the base. Finally, they painted and decorated their letters using a variety of techniques. Some of the students experimented with new methods for adding decoration such as splatter painting, masking with tape, and creating paper flowers. Every letter is truly unique!

Artwork in progress:

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