My, My, March you brought some surprises in your suitcase. A classroom renovation, has temporarily moved us out of our regular room, and even though we have been scattered about, we have still maintained our art-flow. There has been a lot of painting going on, as well as some clay, and sculpture. Take a scroll!!
The Middle schoolers have just completed a Painting series called, "The Life Cycle of a Cupcake". You can see their work at My Local Bakery, downtown Morganton!!
We want to enable our students to be able to pursue projects that they are particularly interested in. Trey Truitt has a love of creating stop motion videos, and because he takes intative and is very self motivated, we let him dive right in! Please watch and enjoy!!
Mia printed this shirt, inspired from a drawing she was working on, and then hemmed it up, so that the shirt would actually fit her. Inginuity right here folks!
4th and 5th Graders have been working on a postcard project of Downtown Morganton. We will be making postcards to sell at the shops downtown, proceeds will support our studio! Take a peek at some of the in-progress work!
The 2rd and 3rd Graders have continued working on sculptural art as well as drawing and watercoloring.
The kindergarteners have been on a "House" series. We have talked about how one idea often leads to another. After drawing houses, we have worked on constructing cardboard houses, and then that led us to making items that belong in houses. After that, we talked about making people to live in the houses, which lead to designing our own dolls. It is a very energetic and productive two hours, let me tell you.
The watercolor class at Food Matters was a fabulous success. These ladies painted spectacular bouquets! Stay tuned for more classes from!