Kids used all of the stuff they learned over the past few weeks about figures to create their own super hero action figures. First they had to define their super power and develop their character, then they made their paintings.
This week we warmed up with quick sketches of feet, and then drew our non-dominant hand. Then we made paintings of hands. Hands aren’t really terribly attractive, so we did our best to make them beautiful and interesting.
For the first month or so of 2017 we will be looking at bodies, thinking about bodies and gesture and movement. We’ll think about proportion and relationships, and cool stuff like your foot is the same length as the distance
I had to keep these under wraps until after Christmas so I wouldn’t ruin anyone’s surprise, as many of these were gifts. The featured image is a gift Scotty made for his grandmother. Each tree depicts a grandchild and
Awesome snowy work this week as we design our holiday greeting cards. There is a bug with wordpress that causes random images not to work, and I don’t have time to try to fix it right now. It’s funny, it
For the past few weeks, kids have been wanting to have Christmas music on and sing carols already! I told them they had to wait until after Thanksgiving. So, here we go! All too soon we’re turning to winter blues,
It’s that time of year. Enjoy these gorgeous turkeys! I’m having problems with wordpress images. Sorry if there are some broken images. I’m trying to figure out how to fix it…
It’s a beautiful time here in Plymouth. The cranberry harvest is a great opportunity to embrace the power of those Terry Ludwig brightest reds!
This week the kids could do whatever they wanted. It works like a reward for all of the hard work they do for weeks on end. Here’s their awesome smorgasbord of artwork.