Saturday, May 22, 2010

Spring Art Show; part 2

More pictures from my schools first art show.........

















8 comments:

Very Special Art said...

Wonderful!!

Mrs. Jackson said...

This is such a wonderful blog! I love all of your ideas an adaptations. You truly are a treasure of an art teacher:-) Thank you for sharing!

Art at Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School said...

I just discovered your blog.
Beautiful art work from some talented
students.

Very Special Art said...

thanks for visiting,
yes, I do have very talented students who are special adult with autism.
please come again,

jess said...

Hi. I'm a peace corps volunteer and stumbled upon your blog looking for ideas for the art class I teach to special needs students. Your blog was very inspiring for me to read. Unfortunately, here in the Caribbean (yes, paradise) schools do not have access to the kinds of art supplies that are readily available in the states. Funds are not easy to come by either. I don't have a background in art, I am simply picking up where another volunteer left off, and would love to hear some ideas for inexpensive art projects, if you would have time. Things involving sand, chalk, recycled materials - the school I work at doesn't have paints or crayons or papers, I purchase all those things myself. Anyway, great blog!

Erin said...

I found your blog today and was thrilled. I work in an elem school that has two life skills classes. These students have some of the skills and aversions you mentioned in your posts. Thanks for you blog...it was nice to find some new ideas!

Lauren Balint said...

How did your students create the artwork pictured in the first 2 photographs?? I absolutely love their work!! I will be teaching art to a Special Needs Preschool this fall and would love to try some of these projects with them!!

Fakemidnight said...

to Lauren

the artwork in the top photos was made laying bleeding art tissue paper over a wet surface letting it blend and then dry. tissue paper falls off, then I think it was string paint over top in black.