Middle School Art Work

Middle School Art Work

This month the high school and middle school had some amazing art work, where some of them even received awards. 

Skyler Case, grade 12, was represented at the state art show with her drawing of overlapping, three dimensional pipes. Skyler carefully planned her composition to show balance and unity. She then focused on the element of value to shade the pipes to make them appear three dimensional and realistic. Skyler continues to grow and improve as an artist.

 

Henry Schank, grade 7, received the Royal Langnickel award for the middle school division. Henry created a watercolor collage of winter birds. He experimented with different techniques and came up with a beautifully balanced composition with a vibrant background and realistic birds. Henry is a very hard working student who is always striving to improve his work. 

 

Elmer Sanchez, grade 5, had his watercolor painting of a fox in an autumn forest selected to be displayed at the state level. Elmer demonstrated that he understood how to show depth in a landscape and drew realistic trees and an imaginative fox with many tails.