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Residency 2015: Pour painting with Staff at Horace Mann Elementary School
Residency 2009: 3rd Grade Art Festival. Action Painting and Camera Obsura
Art projects with Kindergarten and 3rd grade. It was the year of the canvas... The kindergarten piece was gigantic, I put elmers in some acrylic and used a squirt bottle. It was fun to shoot paint at a canvas! after that, the Kindergarten filled in the spaces. The triptych was fun too. With the use … Continue reading Residency 2009: 3rd Grade Art Festival. Action Painting and Camera Obsura
Residency 2010: Kandinsky Bench & coat hanger
After learning about Kandinsky, the kids painted some bisque tiles and I tiled a bench. There were too many tiles, so I ended up making a hook board. Fun project. The prints that the kids made covered a complete wall when they were hung together! Good times.
Residency 2012: Aborigine Culture, Fabric Painting, Upholstery, Silk Prints
The third grade used toothpicks to make dots with acrylic paint on some lovely fabric. The chair was $20 on craigslist!
Residency 2011: “Chihuly” Chandelier
The staff colored lovely designs on 200 plates donated to us by the Chinet company. Then they were melted in a toaster oven. They're fixed on to a hanging planter with paperclips!
Art Festival Poster 2012
Thank heaven for vector images!
Residency 2012: 6th Grade Middle Eastern Tiles
We used bisque tiles. The kids learned about symmetry in relation to Middle Eastern Architectural Decor. Here's the powerpoint - Islamic art, religion & culture:
Residency 2015: Staff Photograph Compilation – Food Art
Residency 2012: 6th Grade Gift to Horace Mann Installation. They left their “footprint” on the school!
Our principal had the nicest thing to say about this artwork. I was so proud of the work. The kids had patience with the process and that meant a lot! I was lucky enough to do a project with my daughters 6th grade class this year. Planning for the project started in September of 2011. … Continue reading Residency 2012: 6th Grade Gift to Horace Mann Installation. They left their “footprint” on the school!