Students in the fourth grade had a chance to draw outside this spring! We focused on drawing from observation; drawing what you see. Using their observational drawings, students created these beautiful watercolor paintings.
The 8th grade students created linocut prints in the style of Andy Warhol. Inspiration for this artwork came from Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Can paintings that are key works of the 1960s Pop Art movement. Warhol himself said, “Pop art is about liking things,” and claimed that he ate Campbell’s soup every day for 20 years. Students explored the concept of liking something so much; one is compelled to create art about that thing. Each student chose a food item that they could eat everyday for 20 years and carved out linoleum for printing.
1-Point Perspective Room
Bateman Art Department