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Welcome Back!

Welcome back to Stratton art class! The year is off to a great start. The first day of art class was spent reviewing expectations and decorating our folders. The folders will go home at the end of the school year … Continue reading

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1000 Works of Art!!!!

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I set a personal goal of uploading at least 1,000 works of art to our online gallery at Artsonia and we did it!  As of March 13, 2011, there are currently 1147 works of art available for your viewing pleasure.  Your positive feedback … Continue reading

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Pinch Pots!

What is better than a pinch pot made by a first grader?  I can’t think of much.  They loved making them and learning about working with clay!

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Architecture!

The 2nd grade students have been exploring architecture in art class.  Today they learned about Frank Lloyd Wright.  Mr. Wright taught us a little bit about what it takes to be an architect.  If you want to give architecture a … Continue reading

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More Lines!

Today the 1st graders in the green group created works of art on the Smartboard!  They requested that I put their creations “on the website.”  So here they are! We looked at the artwork of Piet Mondrian and created art … Continue reading

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Constitution Day Celebration

In collaboration with our Enrichment program, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders have been preparing for Constitution Day on Sept. 17th.  To help celebrate they are designing posters that show why the Constitution is important to them.  Here are some … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Lines, Lines, and More Lines!

Kindergartners jumped into right into making art by exploring many different art tools; pens, pencils, markers, crayons, oil pastels, and chalk.  They tried their hand at making different types of lines to create their abstract masterpieces!

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