This is Ms. Melissa. I made it with black straight lines on a pink dress with purple arms so it would stand out well against the pink sky. What is covering the sun is a flock of black birds. This is a tree. At the bottom of the trunk is yellow and red, to make it realistic, and I added leaves. Up here are squiggly lines to show the pattern of the sky. At the bottom is green grass. I made these long lines and tiny lines to be like grass.
My picture is of a blue parakeet sitting on a branch at nighttime. The night sky is a dark blue made with long strokes. The moon is shining behind the tree, and the tree has little pink flowers on it. The tree is made with a little paintbrush, painted with tiny strokes.
It's a red bird with a flower in it's mouth, sitting on a branch. The sun is a circle, and it's yellow. There's three pink flowers.
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Students completed red clay sculptures with wire frames anchored on wood. Our focus is on the beautiful "shapes of air" we can create between the solid forms.
Red clay on a wire frame on wood with acrylic.
Red clay over wire mesh on wood with Acrylic.
At an Acton Academy in Irving, Texas, each student gave a speech informing their audience about an endangered species. They told of tigers, Chilean dolphins, arctic wolves, harpy eagles and peacocks and implored the public to donate to rescue organizations, to help prevent extinction. In the mural, together each student created a dream habitat where all animals have a place and a home.