What is your favorite meal? Why? Artists have been inspired by their food since the very beginning of art. Why do you think artists are interested in making art showing food?
Here are examples of how artists have shown food throughout history. What do you observe in these artworks?
We are taking inspiration from these artists and their artworks. You will make an artwork that shows your favorite meal or food to share with the people in your house. How will you create your meal or food? What art materials will you use? What will your favorite meal or food tell about you?
Students have worked hard to complete their stunning artworks for Art to Remember.
Thursday, March 7– Order forms sent home
Friday, March 22-Online/phone orders due
End of March– Orders will arrive at Southside
Please make sure your Art to Remember order form has your student’s name and artwork on it. Each form is personalized, so it is very important that you have your student’s order form. *If you have another student’s order form, please return it to me (Ms. Baird) and I will get you a new one.
This January and February, all grades (preK-5) will create artworks for the Art to Remember fundraiser. Art to Remember provides families with an easy way to have their students’ artworks printed on items such as: iPhone covers, water bottles, and stickers.
Fourth and fifth grade students are creating large-scale pop art sculptures inspired by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje VanBruggen. We painted boxes white, drew the designs, and painted with realistic colors.
This January, all grades (preK-5) will create artworks for the Art to Remember fundraiser. Art to Remember provides families with an easy way to have their students’ artworks printed on items such as: iPhone covers, water bottles, and stickers.
Artist, Andy Goldsworthy, creates environmental art sculptures from objects he finds in nature, like leaves, rocks, and snow. The textures, colors, and shapes of his objects are important for his sculptures. Can you determine which natural materials he used for these sculptures? (Studio Habit of Mind- Stretch and Explore)
Andy Goldsworthy creates his environmental art and then leaves it outside. What do you think happens when he leaves it outside? Why do you think he does that?
Does Andy always succeed with his sculptures? What do you think he does when things don’t go the way he planned? (Studio Habit of Mind- Engage and Persist, Reflect)
Here are some student-created environmental sculptures.