Hello and welcome back to art!
I enjoy teaching art and each day
at the beginning of every class
I say "Welcome back to art".
I also include science, math and social studies into my art lessons.
My goal is for students to learn about art history, artists and art methods. I have found that art history can help engage students so they are required to do some research, writing and presenting.
or clay projects o
rojects will involve drawing, painting, sculpture, digital art, and photography. F
ur art room is blessed with a pottery wheel and a kiln.
Daily art history warm-ups and work ethic will influence a final semester grade. Classroom expectations are shared on the first day and posted in class. Students of all abilities are encouraged to try their best during each project. Making art requires students to think creatively and I enjoy seeing those light bulbs come on when students find a solution to a problem. That is a skill they can continue to build upon. Student art will be exhibited within the school, annual art shows, the community and here on my classroom blog.
Students will also have the opportunity to enter art contests and my students have won several state and national awards.
These are the first prints ever made on our new printing press. The press was acquired through a grant that I wrote last fall. Students have researched the meaning of sustainability and are creating prints that reflect what they hope to see for our future. Students are looking at their artist’s proofs, signing them and then making adjustments for additional prints. I look forward to exhibiting these prints together in the town library and on our classroom blog. Thank you to the NC Bright Ideas grant making committee!
The Art Club used a 3D printing pen to print hearts on Valentine's Day!
Twenty watercolor paintings are warming up the hallway!
During January students created paintings for the NC Aviation Art Contest!
Their art has been mailed to Raleigh!
7th and 8th grade students had watercolor paintings on exhibit at the Locust Library!
8th grade artists celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
6th Grade pumpkins are out of the kiln!
7th grade Gargoyles!
Our new pottery wheel being used by students! Thanks again to our awesome PTO!