Archives: 2021-22


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Pre-K

Our youngest students are illustrating words from our Good Morning Song in a beautifully colorful representation of the sun, trees, flowers, birds, beasts and self.


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Pre-K Nativity Collage

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Pre-K Faces of Jesus

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PreK Flower Pots

Wow! They are really getting the knack for drawing. They started with one line on the paper and the rest was followed step by step. I think they are amazing!! I am so proud of all of our pre-school artists!!

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Kindergarten

Our youngest students are illustrating words from our Good Morning Song in a beautifully colorful representation of the sun, trees, flowers, birds, beasts and self.

After the storybook, Night Catch, by Brenda Ermantraut, pre-k and k made soldiers for veterans day. A great story for military families.


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December Fun with Rudolph and Christmas Lights!

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Kindergarten Bunnies!

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Kindergarten : Sailing Away to First Grade!!!

Kindergarten worked diligently on these watercolor paintings!! i am so proud of what they have accomplished in art class this year!!

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Grade 1

Color theory introduced and then a crayon resist of fall leaves! They did a great job!!!

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Grade 1 and 2 :

Amazing Egypt!!

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Grade 1: Georgia Okeeffe Flowers

I absolutely love these close ups of the parts of a flower created in the style of Georgia Okeeffe.

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Grade 2

Grade 2 and 3 are learning about ROY G BIV and color as an element of art. They are incorporating color wheel order and some depth perspective by creating linear bottles, and working on line inspired landscapes.

Pumpkin Pie!!! by Grade 2

I love this constructed draw of pumpkin pie! Look for these to be coming home this week, we had a short art class today, all the drawing is finished, some of the children just need some free class time to add the colors.


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Christmas Tree Fun!!

First and Second grade having some holiday fun creating these whimsical trees and christmas lights!

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Grade 2 Picasso Faces

Second grade using a profile and a forward facing view of a face to create these amazing renditions in the style of Pablo Picasso.

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Grade 3

Grade 2 and 3 are learning about ROY G BIV and color as an element of art. They are incorporating color wheel order and some depth perspective by creating linear bottles.


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FAST PRAY LOVE by Third Grade

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Grade 3

Abstract Watercolor Roses

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Grade 4

After a quick revies of color theory, 4th grade is busy working on a spectrum of trees! I love this project, but of course I do, I love rainbows and trees!!

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One point perspective Grade 4

Fall landscapes with a one point perspective and vanishing point. These are a few awesome works of 4th graders!

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More of these awesome Dragon Eyes by 4th and 5th grade coming soon!


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Grade 5

Fall is in the air, and 5th grade is busy here working on zentangle pumpkins with pencil, pen, and watercolor.

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Christmas Cars by 5th Grade...These are amazing!!



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Grade 6

After an introduction to Pop Art, 6th 7th and 8th are using color and line to create pop art drawings inspired by the stlye of Roy Lichtenstein. Students chose an image that they connect with for the subject of their work. I can't wait to see how awesome the rest of these turn out!!!

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6th Grade Christmas Ornaments!

watercolor painted christmas ornaments on paper

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Grade 6 and 7 using recyclable materials to create landscapes

Using reusable materials, students created these unique landscapes and interesting creations.

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Grade 6 and 7 Eye Study

After a few practices with sketches and eye renderings, pencil drawing and watercolor drips make these eyes look amazing!

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Grade 6, 7, 8

After an introduction to Pop Art, 6th 7th and 8th are using color and line to create pop art drawings inspired by the stlye of Roy Lichtenstein. Students chose an image that they connect with for the subject of their work. I can't wait to see how awesome these turn out!!!


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Grades 6, 7 and 8 working with OP Art... Amazing!!

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Some of 7th Grade Rudolph Paintings

Waterccolor painting on paper, a few are not quite finished yet!!

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Grade 8

After an introduction to Pop Art, 6th 7th and 8th are using color and line to create pop art drawings inspired by the stlye of Roy Lichtenstein. Students chose an image that they connect with for the subject of their work. I can't wait to see how awesome the rest of these turn out!!!


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Holiday Painting

The first art class of the month is our Paint Party! Using Acrylic on canvas, this month 8th grade is working on fun Christmas trees!! Stay tuned to see how they turn out!!

They turned out fantastic!!!!!!