Monthly Archives: January 2014

Bright Color in the Dark Winter

The students in Mr. Adams’ 8th grade art class started with PhotoBooth to create a high contrast image of themselves. They printed three copies and made three stencils, reducing their images to just white, gray and black.  After carefully cutting out … Continue reading

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Bright Lights, Big Cities

The new semester of 5th graders have finished a long term painting project: Monochromatic cityscapes.  Students used geometric shapes to design the architecture of their cities, focusing on pattern and overlapping as well as clean, careful drawing with rulers.  They … Continue reading

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Messy but Beautiful

The students in the 7th grade art class work on many varied projects from ceramics to painting to cartooning.  The work here are self-portraits in charcoal.   A new medium for most of he students, charcoal can be a challenge because … Continue reading

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New art at Holiday Show!

Parents and artists found a last push of energy right before Winter break to come out and see the new exhibition in FMS’s Dungeon Gallery and enjoy some refreshments. This show featured a Dahlov Ipcar inspired animal painting, student takes … Continue reading

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