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Copy of Welcome to Art Class
Transcript of Copy of Welcome to Art Class
in Art Class? paint draw build create craft sculpt design something you make something that tells
about you meaningful paint,
pens Oil Pastels,
technology Pencils, chalk Materials we use Colored Pencils,
scratchboards What we do- Create Artworks Apply what we learn look at, read and write about artworks Art We Have Created Collaborations printmaking ink,
watercolors We have TRAVELED the WORLD and never left the ROOM. WHO WE ARE clay, paper mache Mural Current Artworks Artworks from this year (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr We learned even if you have a bad life you can be GREAT! We learned the REAL story of Van Gogh's ear! We learned Hollywood doesn't always tell the truth. We learned why the Mona Lisa is so famous. We learned that it's ok to make an ugly
artwork if that is how we feel. And we learned that some of the best artworks are the ones close to home. Determined Hard workers Amazing Intelligent But Mostly... WE ARE GRIZZLY ARTISTS!!! Don't hate... on our ability to CREATE!! Blue Horses by Franz MArc for the Library Guernica by Pablo Picasso for Mr. Martinez Spanish Classes Yellow Cow by Franz Marc for the Art Room Figure Five in Gold by Charles Demuth for Mr. Taylor's English Classes The Librarian by Guiseppe Archimboldo for the Library An artwork created by the art classes to help another teacher teach a lesson.