WELCOME TO THE 
ART ROOM!
WHES Art Teachers: 
Mrs. Karen Baumann, kbaumann@northrockland.org
Ms. Felicia Perez, fperez@northrockland.org

ART PORTFOLIO UPDATE


Art Students in Grades K-2: 
Art Portfolios will be kept at school and 
returned to you in September 2020.

Art Students in Grade 3: 
I am organizing your portfolios now for you. Once they are completed, I will reach out with a way to distribute them to you.



STUDENT ART I-GALLERY Spring 2020 Art Lesson #1- #7


Our I-Learning STUDENT ART GALLERY Spring 2020 Art Lessons #8 - #15




THE CRAFTS CALENDAR HAS BEEN UPDATED!
Have fun making craft projects!  
APRIL-MAY 2020 
CLICK BELOW CALENDAR TO ENLARGE

April-May Calendar Craft Calendar




GALLERY 65 NEWS

The NR Art Department has a beautiful art exhibition space in the Central Administration Building, called GALLERY 65. This month's exhibition features  artworks from K-3 WHES, SPES and TES.

Due to the fact our buildings are closed at this time, a digital gallery has been 
created to share out the beautiful art!  ENJOY!

GALLERY 65 K-3 WHES




When you cannot be at school, 
there are many ways to keep learning about ART!  
VIRTUAL MUSEUM TOURS!!!!

Participating in these virtual gallery tours gives you a chance to to learn about the backgrounds of the artists and the museums from all around the WORLD through the virtual gallery tours.

The Dali Museum, Florida

The Dali Museum in Tampa Bay Florida provides visitors an inside look into not only the artwork of surrealist master  Salvador Dali, but also to the important people and places of his life.  The virtual tour allows a 360 degree view of the grounds, interior, and a few exhibits.  Visit the Dali Museum Virtual Tour.


The British Museum, London

The British Museum is home to over two million years of history and culture including the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, and even Egyptian mummies.   This museum teamed with the Google Cultural Institute to offer virtual tours using Google street view technology.  You can explore by theme, time period, or geographic area.  It’s pretty cool stuff.   Visit the British Museum virtual gallery.


The Guggenheim Museum, NYC

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum holds work by greats such as Marc, Mondrian, Picasso, and Koons.  Another partnership with the Google Cultural Institute allows people from any spot in the world to position themselves in the gallery and take a virtual look around.  Viewers can use a computer or Google Cardboard technology.                       Visit the Guggenheim.


The Louvre Museum, Paris

Does it get any more iconic than the Louvre Museum.  The largest museum in the world, situated in Paris, France, has three virtual gallery tours.  You can visit their collection of Egyptian antiquities, the remains of the Louvre moat, or the recently restored Galerie d’ Apollon.  Visit the Louvre 


The National Gallery of London

The National Gallery of London  houses the national collection of paintings in the Western European tradition from the thirteenth through the nineteenth centuries.  This museum offers a virtual tour of 18 rooms and the collections they hold.                     Visit the National Gallery 


The Courtald Museum, London

The Courtald Museum in London offers a virtual gallery tour of seven rooms.  New photography technology allows users to zoom in to see artwork with exceptional up close quality.  Masterpieces by well greats such as Manet and Van Gogh call the Courtald home.  Visit the Courtald Museum.


The Frick Museum, NYC

The Frick Museum in New York City is known for the collection of Old Master paintings.  The Frick’s virtual gallery tour not only shows images of various rooms but also allows viewers to click on items for an up close view and historical details.  All this while listening to a docent led tour.  It’s pretty awesome.  Visit the Frick.











































Message to WHES' 
Amazing Art Students 

May 26 - Tuesday Message

NEW Art Lesson for May 26-29,2020





Let's Make a COOL Mask!

E-mail us your art work to 
receive your Art Badges! 




CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR   
I-LEARNING ART ASSIGNMENTS #1 - #10:





WE LOVE TO 
CREATE @ WHES
The Art Education program at West Haverstraw Elementary builds a foundation for developing knowledge, skills and processes for 
visual literacy and creative expression. 

Art lessons are based on the Elements and Principles in Art, 
National Art Standards, FUN! 

Students learn to communicate their ideas, opinions and feelings through drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, clay, mixed media, 
written word and discussions.

The WHES Art Room is always buzzing with excitement! 


Third grader with handmade puppet