Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Winterscapes Winter Art from 5th Grade

Here are some winterscapes created by my class. Using both cut paper for the landscape and white tempera paint for the snowflakes give the picture the impression of dimension. (When cut paper pictures are made digital, it also adds depth.) I am trying to bring more art and music to my blog; comment if you would like to see (or hear) more.


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8 comments:

Patti Harju said...

These pictures are beautiful! This is a class of artists! What a great idea. The combination of the construction paper and paint is wonderful. I may use this art project with my students. They will enjoying watching your slideshow to get ideas. These are well done!

Jasmine Patia said...

Hi Mr C's class,
You made great pieces of art. I really liked the 10th one. We don't have snow at Christmas. Our Christmas' are very sunny and hot (usually). Keep up your wonderful art.

Gail Poulin said...

Enjoyed browsing through the collection of Winterscape pictures. They were interesting, colorful, and artistic. Bubbleshare is a new program for me. I've bookmarked it for future exploration. Thanks for sharing.

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Leeza said...

Wow! Those are some pretty cool paintings. I'm sure it must have been hard to cut all that paper into the correct shape. Talk to you soon!
Leeza

Wm Chamberlain said...

The funny thing about this project is that it took my class less than an hour to make them. I was very surprised they turned out so well.
Mr. C

Anonymous said...

I just loved #4 it's so well done lots of effort in it.JUST GREAT.

Anonymous said...

This looks great!