Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Art Show at Dakota Area Community and STEM School

Cat in the Hat was happy to be part of the Dakota Area Community and STEM School Art Show that opened May 14th along with the Spring Concert.

Abstract Art created from the children's names created by the third, fourth, and fifth grade artists.

The children created giant guitars to celebrate the culture of Mexico.  The children learned songs in Spanish, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese to celebrate cultures all around the world.

The Pre-K through Kindergarten artists created organic leaf shapes and  they colored  the leaves light and dark hues.

Looking into the distance, paintings by the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students.

Creating contemporary design with straight lines and primary colors inspired by Piet Mondrian.

Chengdu, the panda was created with chalk by the 1st and 2nd grade artists.  This art project was inspired by the book,  Chengdu Would Not, Could Not, Fall Asleep by Barney Saltzberg.  Very fun book and drawings!

Pre-Kindergarten to Kindergarten spring birds drawn with oils pastels and then painted with cake temperas.  Such careful and beautiful art.

The Pre-Kinders and Kindergarteners painted this huge earth  collaboratively together.  They were so excited.  They called it, "The Real Earth."  The school was very bright and colorful for the last weeks of school with all the children's fine art. This was a fine school that closed at the end of the school year,  June 2015.

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