|Forest by Ava G.|
Third grade artists learned how to draw monkeys and created a composition on the page with tall trees and many different shapes and colors of leaves to give us the illusion of a forest. Just like Rousseau we also used our imagination and our forests are very different from each other! Here are some examples of our work. To see all of our tropical forests, click on this link for Artsonia.com.
|Forest by Caitlyn|
|Forest by Gwendolen|
|Forest by Layla|
|Forest by James|
|Forest by Marcus|
Note to families...
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In my class, students are given the chance to explore different materials and fun new techniques as they develop their signature style. Some young artists love to draw with a pencil, some like to paint on canvas or create images in a digital format, while others prefer working with clay and molding three-dimensional forms. In my classroom, we use a variety of materials allowing all artists to experiment and figure out which type of art they like the best. At Ranney School, we place a strong emphasis on originality and celebrate artistic differences, always nurturing and encouraging the imagination of every student.
Remember to check out our display of finished artwork and student portfolios in the Ranney home page of Artsonia.com. http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=114839