Piece #14 – Youth Art Day winners are revealed!
As promised in an earlier blog (piece #2), I now have a slide show of artwork made by my private students. These projects were part of Perry County Council of the Arts Youth Art Day that took place on April 21, 2012. Entries were submitted from the three school districts in the county and from home-schooled and private students as well.
Because the school GPCCA closed, the number of entries by my students was much lower than in the past.
NO MATTER… These kids ROCKED!
Proud teacher moment…
Every one of my kiddos who entered placed!
Can you see me happy dancing?!!
Like so many of you I am inspired by the many amazing examples of art that can now be found on the internet. Before I began blogging I didn’t keep track of links to the ideas. I am now keeping better records. The painting made up of mixed color squares was from a beautiful child’s valentine. I have also seen a watercolor version of the Monet bridge in several places. My student finger-painted his acrylic version. The “ugly squirrel” made by Levi was his version of an Ugly Doll.