As always, there are a lot of different things happening here at South B. First up, Isabella created an illustration in this month's issue of SchoolArts Magazine. Now she is a published artist. She famous! Click here to see the article.
Austin is trying his hand at oil painting for the first time. He went with a classic, Marilyn Monroe.
Claude is rocking the Prisma colored pencils, learning to blend like a beast!
Mandy decided to try out this week's Table; pinatas. Dinosaur pinata in the works.
Trip is designing another student's character in his style. It's much different but still looks like the original character (which i wish i had an image of to show the similarities and differences.)
Natalie worked on an etching of the pier on Oak Island. I think she should enter this piece into the NCMA Teen's Inspired contest. The theme this year is 'Home'.
Gail is also working on a piece for a contest; the Patriot Contest. She is also trying out the Prismas.
I dropped my Popsicle on the floor and it melted. JK. Another pour painting in the works.
The Art of South B: displaying the art from students at South Brunswick High School, NC
Art of South B
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Click Here to Read the March SchoolArts Magazine Article Tracking Student Progress with the Burn Book!
Click Here to Read the December SchoolArts Article, Build A Dynamic art Program with Modular Teaching!
Click Here to Read the February SchoolArts Article, How to Write an Artistic Behavior Unit