Junior High Student Artists

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As promised, these are few of the photos I was able to take before they closed our school the day of the scheduled Art Show.

The Structure Sculptures were created by my 3~D Junior High Art Students. They concentrated on the artist and architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Each student had to draw/ create/ design their individual structure on paper. As a table team they had to design their “neighborhood”. As a class we placed all the “neighborhoods” together to create our 3~D “City”. The students were given a variety of materials to use during their construction phase. They even had to use color samples from the paint store to choose their roof and structure color. They were given a variety of sizes of canvass to create their “real estate”. Although this project took many classes to complete, the results brought tears to my eyes as the final touches were made, the display was set and SHOW ready. Sadly, with the COVID 19 pandemic our school had to close BEFORE anyone had a chance to walk our “city”.

Enjoy your tour! I’ll be sharing more photos soon of the rest of the Art Show that was through out the entire school. MANY, MANY hours of that Art Teacher “labor of love” for our students.

Sending you wishes for a Beautiful day in the neighborhood!

Love, De

Photo Credit: http://www.artworkbydianmeynor.com

Art Work Credit: Junior High Art students

in Mrs. Meynor’s 1st and 3rd period  3~D classes

 

 

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