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Lucy and Ava

These young ladies are working on the Radial Symmetry Sand Dollars. The artists worked for a while then we had an art history lesson. Note in earlier post. After we found England on the globe, the girls colored the sand dollars with the Prismas. Lucy and Ava also painted their ocean on foil. It glistens. Way cool….

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Riley

I learn so much about life and the world when Riley is in the studio. Seriously! After the Art History lesson, we were going to find England on the globe. She told me she knew alllllll about the world! Awesome! Riley worked on her Penguin and her Sand Dollars yesterday. We made a Penguin out of…

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The Art History lesson from the week of May 13th-19th is the Purse Cover from Sutton Hoo burial site, Suffolk, England. It is the burial site of Raedwald, Anglo Saxon king from 624. This is a purse cover was for a leather pouch which would have contained coins. The art is cloisonné. Kings were buried with…

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Sadler and Mick Again!

Sadler wasn’t in the studio 5 minutes until Mick heard his voice and wanted in the studio. He loves Sadler. He just sits in the grey chair and watches every move Sadler makes! It is so funny. They have definitely bonded. Sadler worked on his still life first. He is doing a great job with…

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In the works

Here are 3 pieces I am working on right now.  My New Years resolution of working on only 2 paintings at a time lasted about 3 weeks. I am now working on 4! Here are 3 of them. I finished the 4th. The first is a painting of a friend’s furry friend – Lulu. I…

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Presley, Abby G. , Kendall, Kate

The young artists in this class are sewing. They are learning the “blanket stitch.” We have talked about  sewing history. They are pretending they are pioneer young ladies! The girls are doing a great job. They will all be sewing next week. The artists have designed their own flowers and hearts to put on their…

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Breagan, Lauren, McKena

These young artists started class yesterday by drawing in their sketchbooks – they drew anything they could think of that was in ‘layers.” We defined “layers.” The girls drew with crayola. After the “layers” they started working on their beach. We applied sand to the beach scene. NOW we have a beach in the studio!…

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