Have you ever been so deep into a project at home or at work, that for a brief moment you forget why you started? But then, after stepping back and taking a deep breath you see what you have created and it suddenly becomes clear! Our fourth graders spent much of their year working on very detailed works of art which took (in some cases) over a month to complete. From Kandinsky, to Seurat to Hundertwasser, these students immersed themselves in the styles of some of the greatest artists to have lived. I am beyond proud of their level of focus during these past few months, when it could have become easy to lose sight of our focus. Please enjoy these works by Miss Byrne’s and Mrs. Prouty’s students.
“My favorite part was pointillism because I like how all of the colors pop into one picture”- JC
“My favorite was pointillism because you didn’t know you could mix using dots. When the blue and red dots mixed you get purple”-MM
Students in Mrs. Collins’ 2nd grade class have been working on 3D shapes! The students have been studying geometry in their classroom with crossover work in the art room. See?! Math and Art DO work together! I am very excited to see the progress these students have made over the past two weeks. They are always impressing me with their wide range of knowledge.
I’m endeavoring to post artwork created by AMS students on artsonia.com. My hope is to have work created in Q3 posted in the next week or so.
Our McGlynn Elementary Art display will run from June 10th through June 15th. The official ” Art Open House ” is scheduled for Wednesday June 15th from 5:45-6:30pm, prior to grade 5 moving on ceremony. We understand that many families have other obligations during the month of June, and hope that you can take a moment to admire the hard work that has taken place all year at some point over the next two weeks.
Thank you for your continued support of our Visual Arts Program at the McGlynn Elementary School!
This is Haley! Haley is one of our amazing K students who always comes ready to create in the art room!! She recently painted this fabulous work of art for her Papa’s birthday!! Haley’s mixed media canvas features watercolor, crayons, glue and of course thoughtful planning. We are all so proud of you, Haley!