Wednesday, March 29, 2017

YAM Comes to an End


It has been another great Youth Art Month.
Wings inspired by Kelsey Montague and https://cassiestephens.blogspot.com


We kicked off with the Oconee County Schools Youth Art Show at OCAF  and celebrated Fine Arts Night at the school. Third, fourth and fifth grades created some awesome clay pieces and first and second grade took a walk on the wild side with jungle landscapes inspired by Henri Rousseau. Now, we are all ready for a much needed spring break. 
  I will apologize for this post having so many pics, but there were too many awesome works (and this is just a few :) I should work on my photography and lighting skills because these photos do not do justice to these art works.


Fifth grade projects were inspired by face jugs and the Meaders family of North Georgia.










March comes in like a lion . . .


Fourth grade thumb puppets were inspired
 by Georgia potters Carolyn Simmons and Barry Gregg.









Yes! This is a happy narwhal :)








Third grade cup cake boxes were inspired
 by Pop Artist Wayne Thiebaud.



Second grade mixed tints and shades of the jungle.
This is detail of a larger work.





First grade landscapes depicted the jungle and colors creating moods.






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