The 8th graders finished glazing their mugs last week and today they get to see them and take them home to use! It's always so fun to see the how the glaze turns out. Enjoy!
The 6th graders practiced drawing different animals and then transferred their drawings to a piece of metal. Some chose the copper side and some chose the silver side. Here are a few examples.
The 6th graders are focusing on animals and how we can create art with animals, something we love and need.
Here are some videos we will watch in class.
15 Rare Endangered Species Video
Endangered Species Destroyed Habitats
6th graders: Use the following websites to help you find an endangered species for your final art drawing.
Print a good photo of your animal and write some facts on your paper.
World Wildlife Fund- Endangered Species
Endangered Species- Arkive
We looked at artwork by Clarence Carter, an American artist. He has a series of artworks with animals looking over a ledge or wall.
The 6th graders each created their own artwork with their portrait and a positive quote they want to share with others on the bottom wall.
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