Plans are in the works for our first annual Fine Art Show Night at RWS. Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 26th from 6:00-8:00. This will be a wonderful opportunity for the entire school community to come together and celebrate the Fine Arts and see what the students have been creating this year.
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-Juniors are completing a work of art inspired by the artist Pablo Picasso.
-Seniors are wrapping up their study of the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists. They will view works-of-art by Monet, Seurat, Renoir, Cassatt, Degas and Van Gogh. With careful observation, they will explore and discuss what they like about the Impressionistic style.
-First Graders are continuing their Asian studies unit this month. Their Dragon Parade was a big success and the students enjoyed celebrating with fortune cookies and hot tea.
-Second/Third Graders are studying about the “Fantasy Style” art of Marc Chagall. Students will be reflecting on childhood memories and favorite things to create their dream-like imagery.
-Fourth Graders are working on their pottery unit and will be taking turns on the wheel to successfully center their clay and create a cylinder shape. Students will also work independently on a project they plan related directly to their ceramics unit.
-Working three-dimensional, Fifth Grade students will create unique “Ugly-Dolls”. Using their original design, students will sketch their pattern, cut-out fabric, stitch their dolls together and finish by applying embellishments.
-Sixth Graders are making final touches to their complex ceiling tile art. Be sure to take a quick detour down the speciality wing to see these amazing reproductions later this month.
As always thank you for your continued support of the art program. Be sure to check out our online art gallery. http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=146201
“How important are the visual arts in our society? I feel strongly that the visual arts are of vast and incalculable importance. Of course I could be prejudice. I am visual art.”
~Kermit the Frog