Seward High Art students created new scenes out of old photos. For inspiration, students viewed the Abberant Art of Barry Kite. Kite is a contemporary artists who mainly reworks art history classics by cutting them up and combining them in humorous ways. Students also viewed triptych artwork from the past and were asked to make their collages in triptych form. Thanks to the Seward Library for donating encyclopedias and magazines.
1. Miles Knotek 2. Gretchen Lindquist 3. Veronica Wilde 4. Holly Aase 5. Josh Eavis
More can be viewed on the Seward High Art Blog.
Seward High Ceramic students have been busy this semester mastering hand building techniques as well as the pottery wheel. Here are some bas relief tiles and wheel projects by 1. Isi Mayer (flute) 2. Catie Zweifel (guitar) 3. Michaela Thomassen (mermaid) 4. Gabe Stoval (basketball) 5. Mike Thorn (bowl) 6. Mary Goodwater (mug). Click these links to see more bas relief tiles and bowls and mugs.
Its raining, the Summer Market is open and we’ve got great, just picked, Organic Produce. This week we have: Organic: Shelled sweet peas, Red-leaf Head Lettuce, 3 varieties of Beets, Purple and Orange carrots, Snow Peas, Broccoli, Green Beans, Cabbage, Spaghetti Squash, Cauliflower, Sweet Pumpkin, and some of organic herbs. Hot house Tomatoes and Cucumbers. Produce is available Thursday through Saturday until we run out. We will be closed on Sundays for the rest of the season, but since produce should be available through October, we’re going to try to stay open Thursday-Saturday as long as the community comes to support us. We will have bulk potatoes and onions as the season progresses. Of course, there’s still savory Nachos and Gifts in the little red house and we just love to see your smiling faces! Abby Wentworth will be at the market this Thursday with her new Earth Flags and Art—stop by a say hi to her sister who is visiting. The market is located at 312 5th Ave., open Thursday-Saturday 10am -4pm. For information contact Joanie at 760-815-8498 or email@example.com
We have Produce and its SO good. Here’s what’s on the garden menu this week: Certified Organic: Red leaf butter head lettuce, sweet carrots, purple carrots, 4 kinds of beets, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, snow peas, shelled peas. Hot house tomatoes and cucumbers from Bell’s Nursery. If you can’t make it on Thursday, we’ll probably still have some left over for Friday and Saturday so check us out. Senior voucher’s and WIC coupons accepted. Everything is Alaska Grown! Abby Wentworth has her new earth flags and will be at the market Thursday through Saturday—her other earth flags have all sold out, so get her new design while they last! Organic, vegetarian Nachos with the “works” and gifts in the little red house. Still trying to figure out the logistics for the reindeer sausages and hope to have them available soon. The market is open 10am-4pm Thursday through Sunday and is located at 312 5th Ave. Contact Joanie at 760-815-8498 or firstname.lastname@example.org
OK Seward, here is your chance to put your mark on a Roadhouse tradition.
The Resurrection Roadhouse is gearing up for the season and we are looking for this years artwork for the Goliath shirts.
- Deadline is April 15th, 2008
- Artwork should be Alaskan themed with Goliath 2008 somewhere in it
- Artwork can be in any format i.e. digital, paint, etched, sketched
- Winner will receive a 2008 Goliath shirt and $100 credit at the Roadhouse as well as having the shirt framed on the Goliath Bar & Grill wall and walking all over town on the backs of the hearty beer drinking locals
- Entries can be submitted at the Roadhouse M-F
Contact Erik Slater for more information
The Resurrection Roadhouse will be open May 9th, 2008