Mrs. Arroyos AP art class’s self portraits. Students created collages of cut out magazines and words. A perfect self expression project! Mrs. Strouses second period sketchbooks and their Alexander Calder inspired drawings. The middle school classes have their mandala designs out in the hall for display. The different colors and designs are beautiful!
Ms. Arroyos AP art classes created unique bird houses and self portraits! Elementary kids are practically 3D art! Middle school art students are making sugar skulls and keeping up with their sketchbooks.
Mrs. Arroyos apparel one class finished their dolls and they could not have turned out cuter! Mrs. Strouse’s class made anime style self portraits! Super cool.
In lower school, the students have been drawing a shading real life objects like plants or animals. It is great to see their skills at such a young age! Ms. Strouse’s classes have created some beautiful mosaic pieces out of found objects or old ceramics. Very unique! One of Ms. Arroyo’s classes have been working on their sewing skills by creating their own little dolls! Very cute.
The students completed silent films a few weeks ago and some of them did such a great job. They learned the basics of close up shots, lighting, setting, and timing. Check them out here!
Digital Art students just completed posters for our 2018 Fashion Show. They used their own illustrations, and edited them in pixlr.com
The theme of the show this year is Art of Asia and it is following the Talent Show on May 8th @ 7pm in the gym. You won’t want to miss it!
Check out our shrunken head sculptures inspired by doll artist Sheri DeBow! This working artist sells her dolls in galleries all over the country and was so proud of the student’s hard work. She even sent us stickers of some of her dolly heads! Such a positive way that social media can bring us together with some of our heroes!