Dragonfly

[slideshow] This week in art class, we drew a dragonfly in pencil on drawing paper. Then we transferred our drawings onto heavier watercolor paper and painted our dragonflies with colorful watercolor paint. Great job!...

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Fruit Still Life

[slideshow] Today in art class, the students used the comparative method of drawing to draw a fruit still life in charcoal on canvas paper. Then they painted their fruit drawings with colorful acrylic paint. Sweet! Scroll through the slideshow to see a finished...

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Giraffes

[slideshow] This week we were on Safari! We drew 2 giraffes, colored them with colored pencils, and put a giraffe-print cardstock frame around the edges for a finish. Awesome! Scroll through the slideshow to see the students working on their giraffe drawings....

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Ducks

[slideshow] This week the students used the sight-size method of drawing at the easels to draw a duck in graphite on white paper. Then they transferred their drawings onto watercolor paper and painted their ducks in watercolor paint. Lovely! Scroll through the slideshow to see a duck...

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Robin

[slideshow] Spring is on it's way! This week in art class, the students drew a robin in pencil on drawing paper. Then they transferred their drawings onto heavier watercolor paper and painted their drawings with colorful watercolor paint. Great job!...

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Swan

[slideshow] Swans were our inspiration in art class this week! The students used the sight-size method of drawing at the easels to draw a swan in graphite on white paper. Then they transferred their drawings onto watercolor paper and painted their swans in watercolor paint. Great job! Scroll...

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Flowers

[slideshow] We're already dreaming of spring, and this week we drew beautiful flowers! The students used the comparative method of drawing to draw a flower large-scale on a piece of black paper. Then they used oil pastels to finish their beautifully colored flowers. Stunning! Scroll through...

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Tropical Fish

[slideshow] This week in art class, the students used the sight-size method of drawing at the easels to draw a tropical fish and coral in white pastel pencil on black paper.  Then they colored their tropical underwater scenes with oil pastels.  Stunning!...

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Owl

[slideshow] Right before Halloween, the students drew a flying owl! They were able to study out the detail of the feathers and then color their drawings in colored pencil. Great job! Scroll through the slideshow to see the students at work on their owl drawings!...

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Pears

[slideshow] Using our sight-size method of drawing at the easels, the students sketched 2 pears in pencil on canvas paper and then painted the pears with acrylic paints. Great job!...

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