Students in Preschool thru 8th grade will create a one-of-a-kind piece for the highest bidder to take home.
Artwork will be displayed at Ante Up for Audubon, bidding starting at $50.
Thank you to Mr. Hill who devoted his talents and time to bringing these classroom collaborative art projects to fruition.
Students traced their hands onto a colored piece of construction paper, cut them out, and glued them onto the complimentary color. After that, students stamped their own hand print over their work of art and the hands were assembled into a grid style inspired by POP artist Andy Warhol.
Each student drew their self portrait using a mirror and then colored it in in a monochromatic color scheme that corresponded to the color table the student sits at in the art studio. The portraits were then assembled in the order of the color spectrum.
Students learned about the post impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh and we studied his beautiful sunflower still life paintings. Each student designed their own sunflower using oil pastels. We cut out our sun flowers and assembled them in a vibrant, collaborative still life!
Students collaborated on a bustling seascape with imaginative ocean creatures contributed by all students and assembled into one incredible masterpiece.
Friends of Audubon (FoA or Friends) is a 501(c)3, all-volunteer, parent-run organization that was established in 2006 for the sole purpose of raising money to support Audubon School. Audubon parents provide the majority of donations received by Friends; however, Audubon is lucky enough to have amazing community support that is very generous to Friends.
Friends of Audubon raises money that is spent at the discretion of the Local School Council (LSC) on teaching and support staff, school-wide music and art instruction, technology equipment, software, and improvements to Audubon’s building and campus.