Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Bamboo Brushes and India Ink

 




Second grade students are learning about Japanese artists including Hiroshige and Hokusai.  They learned that Hiroshige painted dreamy, beautiful paintings that included peaceful, soft moods.  Hokusai, on the other hand, created powerful and bold waves, waterfalls and other strong prints.  They saw videos about woodblock prints, they studied lines in Hokusai's work, they experimented with sum-e tools like bamboo and ink, and they invented their own landscapes in both ink and watercolors.  I am proud of what they have learned and what they have made!




Prescott's Art Club Welcomes 45 Members

Session 1 Club Members

The Prescott Art Club meets Tuesday mornings at 7:45.  We created 2 sessions this year to accommodate the large number of students interested in being part of our group.  Session 1 has completed a weaving project as well as a sculpture project.  Check out our cute woven owls!

Woven Owls

American Sculpture: Martin Puryear

Martin Puryear is a 79 year old sculptor who lives in New York.  He has traveled the world to study art and craft traditions, and he has rec...