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March 10, 2017

7th and 8th grade students studied Islamic and Russian architectural designs and experimented with printmaking.  After carving their building design into a foam plate, we used brayers, ink and inking trays to print the image and replicate it in a reflection in their pi...

March 10, 2017

3rd and 4th graders made Koinobori Fish Kites in honor of the Japanese holiday, Children's Day, which occurs in the Spring.  We used recycled paper bags, oil pastels, pipe cleaners and string for these projects which exhibit great pattern and movement in their scale de...

February 17, 2017

In sixth grade we transformed our warm Florida classroom into a snowy retreat as we learned about the continent of Antarctica and created an abstract Antarctic landscape.  After discussing details of the continent, we discussed different watercolor techniques.  Student...

January 27, 2017

As elementary students learned about the continent of Antarctica and discussed pictures and facts about the ice covered land, we were also learning about the elements of art texture and space. To start with, students drew a picture of an animal or animals found in Anta...

January 13, 2017

The 7th and 8th grade art students began a "Holidays Around the World" art project before the break.  Each student chose a different holiday to research and from their research they came up with symbols to represent the holiday.  The project shown is called a Notan - i...

December 24, 2016

The art display at the Holiday show exhibited many Jackson Pollock style works from our middle school students as well as a large collaborative piece the seventh and eighth graders contributed to.  In 2nd through 4th grade we learned about how the element of art, value...

December 12, 2016

Here are some examples of student artwork for the Doodle For Google annual competition. This year Google asked students to illustrate what they think the future will look like and incorporate their ideas into the Google letters.  All middle school students were encoura...

December 6, 2016

Here are some excellent examples of the circus-themed project fourth grade students worked on.  We studied paint technique, silhouettes, proportion and composition and they turned out great!  One circus-themed work from each grade was chosen to represent BFA at Artigra...

December 2, 2016

Second grade learned about the elements of art as we prepared our projects for Artigras. We studied primary, secondary, and complimentary colors. We studied value and made each scoop of ice cream a bit lighter than the next. We also learned about texture and created th...

November 17, 2016

Here are some 7th and 8th grade examples of the project students did for Artigras. Artigras is a great art festival in Abacoa, Jupiter in February. The theme this year is "The Circus." Students completed a self directed, circus-themed project in which they were able to...

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