This Week in ART: October 27-31, 2014

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Sixth grade students earned the right to wear Halloween costumes today, and that made me really excited since it was the first time in my 13 years of teaching that costumes were actually ENCOURAGED (even if it was only 1/3 of the student population). Hooray for fun times!

6th Grade Art:
6th Grade Art

6th Grade Art
(identities have been protected via cute photo stickers...)
"On Monday we watched videos of Dale Chihuly's artwork. On Tuesday we started our very own Chihuly flower design. On Wednesday we finished painting our flowers, and on Thursday and Friday we melted, and took pictures of our finished flowers."
-Maddie J, Period 9

6th Grade Letter Sculptures are on Artsonia for viewing, as well as our final Chihuly Flower Sculptures!

7th Grade Art:
7th Grade Art
Lorena's pop can drawing
"Hi, in this week of art we have been finishing our epic soup cans! Then on the start of Wednesday we started making soda pop can drawing. (Which I think are incredible.) Hope you enjoy the next post! Bye!!"
-Lorena, Period 5

7th Grade Monochromatic Self-Portraits are now on Artsonia for viewing, as well as our Campbell's Soup Cans in the style of Andy Warhol.

8th Grade Art:
8th Grade Art

"This week has been the second week of art. Everyday in art we have accomplished the very best we could with the resources we had. The first thing we did everyday was the drawing challenge. This is a challenge to draw a drawing everyday for 40 days. We then started to mold are clay together. This was for the ceramics project. I am making a mug."
- Tyler and Dylan, Period 1

In other art news...

You may be wondering who I am for Halloween this year.

Lydia Deetz

Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice!

Thanks for another great week!
- Mrs. L.
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