2nd graders made some hot cocoa mugs and painted them!
Abilene PreK-3rd grade ART
Hi everyone! I hope you enjoy some posts about our elementary art program!
Operating as usual
3rd graders drew some amazing gingerbread houses and we created a ginger bread village.
3rd graders learned about an artist named Jen Aranyi. They recreated some mountain landscapes with sharpie, liquid watercolors, and salt.
2nd graders also got to experiment with oil pastels, liquid watercolors, and salt.
2nd graders, and some 3rd graders had so much fun making these cute snowglobe with oil pastel snowmen.
K-1 learned about wax resist, watercolor paintings, sprinkled with salt.
3rd graders hand drew these amazing fall trucks!
2nd graders hand drew these adorable fall gnomes
1st graders cute pop art hot cocoa mugs!
Kindergarten Kandinsky inspired shape art!
Our awesome sugar skulls!
Read the rainbow fish and made their own rainbow fish and an ocean back ground to put it in!
Super cute first grade dot art! We made a fall tree scene!
Some silly pumpkins creativity made by 2nd and 3rd graders!
Kindergarten Picasso guitars
First grade Picasso inspired guitars!
2nd graders got to learn about Vincent Van Gogh as well. They created chalk pastel sunflowers and got to use a material that was new for some of them!
3rd grade artists learned about Vincent VanGogh this week. We looked at 3 of his paintings, the Starry Night, Sunflower Vase, and Self Portrait.
We were inspired to paint our own sunflower vases!
Mrs. Holtzen here to maximize your child’s learning by wearing a painting from the artist we are learning about at McKinley.
Kindergarteners made “ish” art! We read the book “Ish” and they got to make their own crumpled art masterpieces!
Our first project of the year for 1st grade is completed and displayed in the hallway.
We read the book “the dot” and got to make our own dots using watercolor paints! My art students were so creative!!
My name is Madisen Holtzen!
I look forward to meeting all of my students this year and have so many fun and engaging activities and projects planned for them. We will be learning various painting techniques, using clay, and many different drawing materials. I do want to mention, some days are messier than others! I do my best to cover students with smocks, paint covers, or aprons, but sometimes accidents happens. I want to mention that every material we will use, is WASHABLE and should come out with cold water in the washing machine. If you are concerned about students clothes, you are more than welcome to send them with an extra t-shirt that they can wear on art days.
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