The fourth graders reviewed the basics of perspective that they learned last year then applied them to create a unique landscape. I was so excited to see the sheer variety in ideas that the students had. They all went in completely different directions and each shows the personality of the artist.
The third graders worked on a perspective project of their own where they learned how to draw a desert road. One of my personal favorites is the one featuring a Godzilla battle! My students never stop suprising me with their unique ideas!
Here are a few finished peices from the ceramics coil pot project. There were quite a few that turned out absolutely beautiful!
The 7th graders learned about impressionism as an artistic movement and then experimented with fun colors and textures to create an oil pastel scene. The students liked the bright colors, but some found the medium frustrating to work with. Either way, it was a nice break from the tighter drawing style we did for our last project.
The sixth graders learned about one point perspective and then created dynamic cityscapes.