We are winding down the year but our artists are still knocking out artwork after artwork. Lainey created the above piece digitally on her tablet. Tablets make clean up easier but they are harder to hang in the display case.
Jo Jo completed another stencil of a fellow classmate. this work is actually three layers of stencils, overlapping.
This is an app that generates the image based on student input. it's create pretty neat looking works of art.
3D printed turtle, painted in acrylic.
Stippling takes a while. lots of dots. Lots of dots. Lots.. dots.
This is a remake of a piece this student previously completed. She wanted to redo it to see how much she had improved her skill set.
Hunter decided to create a pixel art image. We didn't have any post it notes so he had to hand paint and cut his own squares, 2" x 2".
From up close it doesn't look like much.
as you back up its starts to resemble a face.
From down the hall it looks like Kevin Hart.
Art of South B
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