Fifth graders have been exploring digital photography.
Students have been learning how to compose a photograph.
They’ve learned how to take a portrait both indoors and outdoors.
Everyone have been learning how to use the many features of a digital camera.
The fifth graders are enjoying working in pairs as they learn this new technology in art.
Students are exploring the many uses of this new medium in art.
Students have been given a wide variety of photographic assignments as they work to capture many different types of images digitally.
Fourth grade students had fun creating painted paper.
Students began by adding color with crayon on their large paper, working as a group.
Everyone enjoyed the kinetic feel of scribbling with crayon to cover a large area.
Students next added paint using paint scrapers.
Students explored variations of green by adding blue, yellow, white and black tempera to the green on their paper.
Everyone enjoyed the process of mixing paint and creating texture with the paint scrapers.
The painted paper that the students created will become the medium used for a future project.
Third grade students have continued with their contour line shoe drawings.
Students added ink drawing to their artist toolbox as they drew with pencils and ink this studio session.
Third graders warmed up with pencil drawing before moving to ink.
This drawing session required lots of focus for the students.
Everyone enjoyed exploring the use of this new medium.
Third graders created four ink drawings this class and will review their work next studio session.
Students did a great job using ink and incorporating continuous line drawing into their art skills.