This is a chalk pastel drawing, done by one of Crissman Elementary 6th grade students. The goal of this assignment was to create a balanced composition.
This is a mono print done by a 5th grade student from Crissman. The goal of this assignment was to create radial symmetry.
This unique owl was created by a kindergarten student, that was trying to show texture in their art piece.
This scary scarecrow was created by a kindergarten student. The students were working on showing emotions in faces.
This "pinch-pot monster" was created by a 5th grade student. Students were given clay and were tasked with incorporating a pinch pot into whatever creature they created.
This landscape was created using water colors and chalk pastels. The student that made this was in 4th grade, and our goal was to show distance in a landscape.
To create a sunset landscape, first grade explored texture, warm and cool colors.
This is one of the many great examples from 4th and 5th grades work with winter portraits.
This is another one of the many great examples from 4th and 5th grades work with winter portraits.
Kindergarten and first grade used symmetry to create their Valentine's Day paintings.
6th Grade used a vanishing point and horizon line, to create linear perspective.
4th graders created their own still life paintings.
Kindergarten and 1st grade used pattern to create their snowmen portraits.
5th Grade used a "pop-up" page to demonstrate the difference between foreground and background.
Chalk pastel and shading exercise.
Kindergarten and AIMS classes made fish using warm colors and created a fish bowl home for them to live in.
3rd Grade used color blending and geometric shapes to create their own castles.