Multimedia Presentation students had the task of creating their houses in a three-dimensional environment. After sketching every angle of their house, students were then able to add incredible detail to help shape their design in the 3d world. From windows to doorknobs, students worked hard adding appropriate colors, textures and detail to their final designs. Artists: Gabriel Sanders, Christopher Beaudoin and Kevin O’Neil
Check out our progress to date.
Art 2 students have been learning the basics of Two Point Perspective. Students drew a short phrase in 2-point perspective then enhanced the words with images.
The Fright Night videos have been posted to the WHSTV YouTube channel. Please head over to check them out!
What is Fright Night? Hosted by the Wakefield High School Visual Arts Department, Fright Night is a Carved Pumpkin Display on the steps of the Beebe Library and a Horror Film Festival at the Galvin Auditorium.
Carved Pumpkin Display
WHS Art students are working on carved pumpkins designs for display on the steps of the Beebe Library from 6-8. Anyone, including middle and elementary school students, parents and teachers who would like to add a pumpkin to the display can bring their creation at 5:45 to the Library steps.
WHS TV Horror Film Fest at the Galvin Auditorium (rated pg 13)
There are two showings at 4:00 and then again at 7:00pm of the WHSTV students horror films. This is a PG13 event and costs $5.00 admission.
The objectives for this project were to:
- Create an abstract composition with shapes based on 4 numbers, fill in each shape with a full range of value-black to gray to white.
- Exhibit a skillful use of the tools: drawing pencils, ruler, kneaded erasers, soft white erasers, and blending sticks to produce a technically correct drawing with no visible outlines. Shape is determined by value.