7th graders finished painting their henna designs. It wasn't the easiest to work with the paint on the plaster surface. I'm really proud of what they accomplished.
7th graders are painting their henna designs on their plaster hands. We are using brushes and paint squeeze bottles. Students chose one color plus black and white to give it a bold contrast like what we see in actual Henna designs.
7th graders have been learning about Henna design and working with lines and patterns. Here are some designs we've been looking at.
Students are making a plaster hand to paint their henna designs. Here is the work in progress.
7th graders finished their boxes and now their artwork has become an art installation in the Middle/High Building. They were focusing on the environment and how the environment could change in the future.
7th graders have been investigating the artwork of Louise Nevelson. She creates large installations with boxes and found objects.
Students are creating their own box sculpture using cardboard. They each choose an environmental change that could happen in the future.
Here is the work in progress!
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