As many of the students already know, texture is Ms. Bomba’s favorite Element of Art. Why, you ask? Texture is not only seen, it can be felt as well! Works of art with texture beg the viewer to look closer, ask questions about process, and envision what the artist was trying to convey when including […]
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Art as a Communication Medium
Our first “big kid” unit of the school year is to get students accustomed to the idea that artists are decisive communicators who use the visual image to express their message from a unique viewpoint. Each grade level (2nd -5th) is designated a ‘funky theme’ to be interpreted with new eyes. Students are asked to abstract […]
Early Childhood Students Master Musical Centers!
I have been fooling around with the idea of centers for a long time now, trying to figure out the best way to make the same magic that happens in an early childhood classroom, happen inside our art studio. The solution hasn’t been all that easy. You see, the studio is designed to serve students […]
studiomaury 2015-09-10 09:31:58
Hi Everyone, Please feel free to come out for this exciting event! Our current Maury 4th and 5th graders have their work in this exhibition and will be traveling to the Atlast next Tuesday, September 15, to help local artist, Kevin Reese, install and build mobiles for this event! This is a great way to […]