PreK, kindergarten, and first grade students have started their exploration of important art elements like line, shape, and color. Check out some of their creations below!
PreK students learned about different types of lines and created colorful line sculptures using chenille stems. They learned that a sculpture is 3-d artwork, meaning we can walk around it and view it from all sides.
Kindergarteners made their own line sculptures out of colored construction paper. They experimented with folding, twisting, and curling their paper to make different types of lines.
Kindergarteners and first graders painted the different types of lines they learned about with black tempera paint and used watercolors to fill the space in between each line.