|Here is Mrs. Pfeifer laughing as we work, she is|
the sweetest art teacher in the whole universe!
|I gave up much of my flesh in order to hot glue these marvelous |
feathers and beads! Oh, and I suppose the students worked hard too.
|The sun on the left was created with oil pastel and sandpaper. |
Then I helped the students print their sun image onto drawing paper with an iron.
|Above and below are more colorful paintings made |
at Ellisville Elementary
|And more paintings|
|These pumpkins and squash were drawn from real still lifes in |
Mrs. Pfeifer's classroom. Some of the students added a few fall trees
and/or brick walls to enhance their art assignments.
|I loved the use of the packing tape in this project! These shoes were |
made by middle school students I believe.
|Art assignments that include architectural elements are very |
popular these days. I am noticing more of them in books,
online, and in art classrooms that I visit.
|This child did a marvelous study of Degas' Dancers!|
|I love the artworks done from this particular high school; |
these were very contemporary and fun.
|These skeletons were made in a cultural project involving Latino Traditions.|
I have seen lesson plans based upon the subject but never have
I seen such marvelous results from this topic in a local art classroom.
|Very "dotty" but still a nice result for a simple lesson |
on complimentary colors.
|This is cute "by George!" ... and a little strange.|
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