7th and 8th grade are busy working on a month long oil pastel project using Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflowers as reference. This work of art is still in production by Peyton Faulkner
2nd grade was busy making empowering sunflowers. Each student has to come up with 6 affirmations they had to say about themselves and write them down on each flower petal after they learned a little about Vincent Van Gogh.
The 4th grade has been busy making construction paper collages biased off of Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflowers.
The past few weeks the 6th grade has been learning about Andy Warhol, not only his art but his life as well. This art project celebrates Andy Warhols past which inspired the iconic Pop Art we all know and love today. All students has to choose two different media to create a mixed media piece of art.
This week the third grade made a vintage Mother’s Day craft from 1988 for their moms.
School is winding down with art projects so this week the 5th grade wanted to do a vintage art project. We looked through a few vintage children’s craft and art books and we decided to demo a Halloween project. The only rule was we must execute whatever project we choose with the same materials that would have been available when the project was written.
We decided on this 1981 “Branch Goblin” Halloween craft.
The hilarious project directions are included with the photos of a few students. Turns out, all students loved the Branch Goblin project so much that they want me to include it in next years 5th grade classes Halloween projects.
This week the kindergartners got to have a little fun with their IMAGINATION! Students were given watercolor paints, paintbrushes, paper, and water. Ready, set…GO! All their work turned out beautifully!