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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.

Reminder For Eighth Grade Students

February 24th eighth grade students were informed of the following:. Each student will need to bring a photograph of him or herself to class on Tuesday, March 3rd. Photos that focus on the face will work best. I'll photocopy the photo on to a transparency. 

Second grade created unique cut paper designs using scissors and colorful paper. The lesson focused on radial symmetry, geometric and irregular shapes. They'll incorporate these designs into future artwork. Oh, the possibilities!
Thank you to everyone who helped with the art show. I also appreciate all the people who made space in their busy schedules to check it out. More photos from the art show are in  my album.
Just in case you haven't heard, the art show is tomorrow from 6 to 8 pm in the Seton cafe. The featured art poster was created by Vivien.

SASEAS School Art Show

ART SHOW - Please mark your calendars for our school art show. Every student in grades K - 8 will have one work of art on display. The show will be located in the Seton Cafe from 6 - 8 PM on Thursday, January 29th.

Glass Art Opportunities For Families

Thanks to Brazee Street Studios, PTO and second grade parents for funding the second grade students' glass art project. Parents supplied the funds for the glass materials and the kiln firing. Please let me know if you'd like more experiences like these for students in grades K-8. I'm happy to oblige and in the meantime, take your family to Brazee Street Studios in Oakley. Every Saturday, they offer art making experiences for kids. Please feel free to contact me if you'd like more information.

In addition to creating art and making connections with a story they'd read, second grade students also learned a little about the properties of glass. They looked for pieces that were transparent, translucent and opaque. Their glass art is comprised of several small pieces which will fuse together in a 1400 F kiln. 
Second grade students read The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Keats used various papers, fabric and paint to create the illustrations for his timeless book. Just as Keats placed various shapes together, the second grade students used solid glass shapes of differing sizes and shapes to create their own snowy day art.

The second grade students' glass artwork has been carefully packed and will be delivered to Brazee Street Studios tomorrow. I'll post pictures and information soon. I hope the students had as much fun as I did today!

SASEAS School Art Show

ART SHOW - Please mark your calendars for our school art show.  Every student in grades K - 8 will have one work of art on display.  The show will be located in the Seton Cafe from 6 - 8 PM on Thursday, January 29.  We are preparing and displaying 394 works of art and trying to keep our display costs to a minimum.  If you are willing to assist or contribute, please e-mail Mrs. Mascolino at mascolinoa@saseasschool.org  Items needed:  tabletop easels, plate display stands and black table cloths.  Please feel free to drop off any items to Sandy at the Seton Campus.  Anyone interested in assisting with the set up for the show should arrive after 1:00 PM on Thursday, Jan. 29.  We will also need volunteers to help in dismantling the show at 8:00 PM.

Eighth grade students are using acrylic paint to mix tints and shades. These two examples were painted by Lindsay S.