Art 1 tried something new this year with paper mache and the results are AWESOME! We made paper mache bowls, painted the inside with an analogous color scheme and used cut paper to mosaic the outside. They are amazing! Nice work, Art 1!
The TV students are in full pre-production mode on their studio shows. The students are hard at work with writing a script, editing videos, creating title cards and organizing every element for a professional studio segment. From a ‘movie game show’ to ‘what if’ scenarios, the lineup for this years studio shows feature something for everyone. Come back soon to see the final productions.
Illustration students worked on oversized drawing paper to create their own reflective / distorted portraits. Students searched for a unique object that would reflect their image. Then with shading and a strong use of value they went ahead and illustrated their portraits. These have become great pieces to add to their portfolio’s.
Using tempera paint, Art 2 students set out to create landscapes with an emphasis on atmospheric perspective. The goal was to make the viewer feel as if it were possible to walk into and wander around. Atmospheric perspective deals with how the appearance of an object is affected by the space or atmosphere. The closer something is, the more details you can see, and the further away, the less distinct. They also used diminishing size, detail, contrast and lightening of overall values to achieve realistic landscapes.