Students in Preschool thru 8th grade studied artists and a wide range of art mediums and techniques depicting scenes after dark. The children were inspired to create some fabulous art! Each class has a one-of-a-kind piece for the highest bidder to take home.
Artwork will be displayed at Audubon After Dark, bidding starting at $50.
Thank you to Ms. Geri Panol who devoted her talents and time to bringing these classroom collaborative art projects to fruition.
Room 009 - Ms. Glass
Title: Elephant at Night
The students mixed their own individual colors with acrylics. Using their fingerprints they created a colorful, whimsical elephant.
Room 001 AM - Ms. Slotnick
Title: Dove at Night
The students mixed their own individual colors with acrylics. Using their fingerprints they created a beautiful dove taking flight into the night sky.
Room 001 PM - Ms. Slotnick
Title: Butterfly at Night
The students mixed their own individual colors with acrylics. Using their fingerprints they created a butterfly in the night sky.
Room 105- Ms. McDonald
Title: Audubon Snowmen at Night
The students were inspired by the book Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. Using oil pastels, they created snowmen while incorporating the techniques of shadows and shading. What would your snowman do at night?
Room 107 - Ms. Domanski
Room 109 - Ms. Levin
Room 104 - Ms. Fernandez
Title: Birds on a Wire
The first grade students used bird-shaped templates created by 7th graders to trace and cut out birds from canvas that they abstractly painted with acrylics. These Audubon birds are perched high on a wire in the nighttime sky.
Room 106 -Ms. Sajovec
Room 108 Ms. Stack
Room 101 - Ms. Martinez-Koffarnus
Title: Monsters Under My Bed
Students traced their forearms and hands and created dreamlike patterns on them using markers on paper. These hands are reaching to check for those monsters under their beds at night!
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.