Seward High Art

Last day of school, woop! Happy winter break and enjoy this lovely snow!

Seward High art students all made designs with radial symmetry, looking to the mandalas of the east for inspiration.  We used compasses, protractors and rulers to design the rough drafts, some drawing by hand and others tracing images to make even designs repeated around a center point.  They ended up using all sorts of media, colored pencil, oil pastel, paints and markers and really did a great job!  Ceramics students finished up the semester by carving busts out of full blocks of clay, a big and messy task.  I was amazed at the quality of the work that they did, we have some talented students here.  Way more art here at our blog!

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Tessa Lyman

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Ashley Whiteshield

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Alyssa Leisure

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Hannalyn Ohlsen

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Rachel Tougas

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Izzy Barnwell

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Jessica Fry

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Logan Smith

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Moriah Doepken

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Veronica Wilde

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Jasmine Sagner

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Andy Hughes

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Jon Valencia

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Tiffanie Rook

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Erin Spradlin

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Sara Morell

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Brittany Baldwin

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Alex Ashford

2 Comments

  1. Ms. Bethany, I am constantly amazed at the range of exciting projects and variety of media you offer your talented students. Thank you so much for inspiring them and for taking the time to photograph and share their artwork with the public.

    Seward is fortunate to have you here. Keep up the good work!
    Cheers!
    Carol

  2. Aw thanks Carol! I’m lucky to have freedom in my job and to have great students and coworkers!

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