Cool mask-in-progress, no? But it wasn't made by one of my students. On Friday, I spent the day at Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School, a little Adirondack school district, attending a Professional Development Day for North Country art teachers. The art room in these pictures belongs to K-12 art teacher Terry Crowningshield, and the work in these photos is the work of her students. Each time I'm in her classrooms, I feel like I'm home. Terry is a kindred spirit as an art teacher!
Here's the mask viewed from another angle, so that you can better see the facial features.
Here's some close-ups!
This cutie-pie alien is even wearing earrings and carrying a purse!HERE. Here's a couple of the sculptures that really interested me.
There's so much more I could show you... but I'll close with this - a giant light bulb and a large candy package. These again are projects I've done before! Giant pop sculptures, including gridded enlarged candy bars! Like I said before, I feel like I'm home in this art room!