We are back from spring break and heading into the last few weeks of the 2018-2019 school year. Next week we will present our last unit of the year and the week after that we start our final project. So wow, it's going quickly. Still, lots of fun stuff happening as the year wind down here's a look at some of the happenings....
Tie dye stuffed turtle! There is no more that needs to be said!
He wants to take AP next year but recreates a lot of copyright characters. We talked and I let him know if he wants to take AP then he has to create original works. so he drew his classmate sitting next to him. I don't think we'll have much trouble with AP ;)
This is a landscape by one of our beginner art students. And this is one of her first paintings. Imagine were she'll be next year.
This is a diorama of a mountain that was created from a chunk of plaster that dried in a container. The plaster was carved to resemble a mountain with a river and water fall. The two bears and tree were printed on the Makerbot 3D printer.
Who doesn't like a good stencil? Another beginner art student creating a series of large, stencils displayed in the hall.
Art, need I say more?
Art of South B
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