I saw this posted on social media and thought how clever it was. Based on pronunciation and creativity, I applaud the person who did this! It shows creative thinking. Leave a comment and tell me what you think.
Students in Drawing & Painting have been exploring use of Acrylics in representing fabrics. They are using techniques similar to Impressionist painters in the application and mixing of paints.
Students have been using practiced colored pencil techniques to develop a representation of a Market still life of fruits and vegetables. Students selected their compositions by cropping their image to create visual interest within the square space. These are their works in progress.
Based on the theme from the Will I Am song, What I Am, students in my 12th period Drawing & Painting class developed an artistic interpretation of who they are. They brainstormed and chose adjectives they could use to describe themselves and used art materials to express themselves onto a silhouette of a person.
Students are truly One of a Kind!
Study this famous painting by American artist Grant Wood, take note of what is happening in the image. Come up with an appropriate and possibly insightful, comedic, creative caption for what you feel is happening based on the situation. It can be something you think one of the people might be saying, thinking, planning, whatever.
Be creative and have fun with it.
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Due, Wednesday, October 8th.
Congratulations to S. Liu, A. Wang and K. Mosseri on having their work selected from hundreds of statewide entries for the TCNJ K-12 Student Art Exhibition. Their dedication to the arts is to be commended!
Here are the works that will be in the show. Well Done guys!
Drawing & Painting students were introduced to Watercolor painting techniques and challenged to create an illustration that represented a Visual Pun or a Play on Words. Here are their amazing interpretations!
Students completed their Fruit and Vegetable oil pastel paintings. This was their first introduction to the water soluble oil pastel medium, but they tested and practiced, and the final results are beautiful! Awesome job!