More photographs of kindergarten students' painted creature collages can be found in my photo album. Their artwork was inspired by Eric Carle.
During open art studio, Alexis used old colored pencils to design and construct this tree sculpture.
Grade eight mixed media self-portraits
This fabulous animal planter was designed by fourth grade student Noah C.O.
"Caring For Our Earth" is our Write to Read Week theme. The display in the Seton lobby includes both functional and aesthetic objects that students and their families made from items that would normally be discarded. The mural was originally created for our space themed Write to Read Week a few years ago so we're happy it's being reused.
Fifth grade students used twelve irregular shapes and some simple lines to draw crazy characters. Then they twisted, bent and manipulated wire to form their characters. This artwork was created by Addie.
I greatly enjoy watching and listening to my students as they think, create, experiment and express themselves.
A bunny is visiting my classroom before Easter! This is first grade artist Maddie's rock pet.
After creating their character collages, second grade students found their own writing spaces. Each student is writing and illustrating a short story about his or her fictional character.
Paper relief sculpture created by seventh grade artist, Julia
Kindergarten students are constructing their names using only rectangles. Then they are turning their letters into monsters, aliens and all sorts of creatures.
Fingerprint collaborative painting by open studio artists, Cadence and Erin
Pointillism painting by Faith
First grade students are folding, bending and rolling paper to make three-dimensional paper puppet characters.
First grade students applied what they learned about the Arctic as they created polar bear sculptures and habitat dioramas. This one was created by Owen.