- 4th grade students used Alberto Giacometti’s elongated metal sculptures as inspiration for this project.
- Each student sketched out a pose that was meaningful to them or their family.
- To create the sculpture they bent wire into their pose and secured their figure with paper mache and paint.
- See the student art work click here
Inspired by artist Henri Rousseau, students created a jungle scene with an animal of their choice. Students chose an animal and followed a directed drawing on the iPads. Then they created a background using watercolor pencils and markers. Finally, they collaged jungle leaves on top to disguise their animal like Rousseau does in his paintings, shown below. To see more student examples click here!
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