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Welcome to Visual Arts at Estes Hills Elementary School!!!

A notice will be going home with all students very soon!

If you have not seen it yet, please check out Estes Hills Artists' work on display in our virtual art gallery at:
 http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=35918
We will be adding more and more beautiful art from Estes Hills students throughout the year!!

If your child loves art, Try out the Cool and Fun Art Links for interactive art online, and also,Things to Do at Home to Improve Art Skills, for drawing ideas, techniques and tips!

Important note: The links provided in this site are intended for students to explore art from school and home. I have previewed these sites and found them to be appropriate, however, websites change frequently.  Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to personally oversee their children's use of the Internet and other forms of electronic information, as I cannot control changes made to websites, or the addition of new materials added to sites, after I have previewed them.

Front Hall Bulletin Board
Gorgeous art from 4th and 5th graders on display in the front hall and also outside the art room!!!
Check it out!!!!






Michele Nelson

Estes Hills Art
 November 2014
Estes Hills Art at Open Eye Cafe!!
http://openeyecafe.com/

We have 12 Estes Hills Artists who have Artwork on display at Open Eye Cafe for the month of November:


...all created value paintings, using actual coffee!!!


Their work is gorgeous and has received numerous compliments already!! Stop by Open Eye this month and check it out!!!


-Ms Nelson


Here's the press release sent to local newspapers:




Java Jive: Elementary Art Inspired by Coffee!! 

Local students create coffee and tea art for Open Eye Café. 


Come out this November to see what young local artists dream of when they imagine stopping at a coffee shop for something special.  This exhibit, sprung from the imagination of children, will tickle your fancy with innovative artworks and ideas about the international ritual of gathering together for a cup of coffee or tea.  Some of the artworks will even experiment with coffee or tea as an art medium—why not?  Five local elementary designed the projects for this exhibit, which will be on exhibit for the month of November. 

 

 

Student artists from Seawell Elementary, Estes Hills Elementary, Northside Elementary, Rashkis Elementary and Scroggs Elementary will be represented in this exhibition for the month of November. A special reception will coincide with Artwalk, on November 14th, 2014. Come celebrate with us!