We are sad to accept the resignation of Laurie Charleston from our faculty. Mrs. Charleston has been part of ZLO perhaps since 1999, when a daughter was attending. She began teaching art when another of our art instructors had to step away quite suddenly.
Art students were asked to create a scene using crayons. The crayons were hot glued to the canvas and students used heat guns to melt them, then moved, spattered, and blended them to make the desired effect.
Our Art teacher, Mrs. Charleston, shared this article from “The SAM News,” a monthly newsletter that is emailed to its subscribers each month. “Everything You Wanted to Know About Middle Fork,” is described as follows, and has a fun activity
Art Challenge: If anyone has an art book or magazine accessible, and some colored pencils or paints, do this: Pick a masterpiece or a photo you like from the art book or magazine, and then try to draw or paint
This project combined some new techniques and tools. We started with a painted background, sprinkled salt for the stars and used a round sponge to remove the shape of the sun, toothbrushes to splatter paint and Q-tips with and without
In today’s edition of Friday Flair, we are highlighting the fun checkerboard chalk pastel cats completed by Mrs. Charelston’s Art class. Enjoy!
The Art drawings below show how students used complementary colors for shading. Learn more about Art classes available at ZLO! Learn more about Mrs. Laurie Charleston
These are mosaic tiles made by the Art class. Learn more about Art classes available at ZLO! Learn more about Mrs. Laurie Charleston
These are Reduction Prints done recently by the Art Class. They are printed by hand, one color at a time, while reducing the printing surface by means of a cutting tool.
A glimpse at some of the creations done by the students in Art class. Learn more about Art classes available at ZLO! Learn more about Mrs. Laurie Charleston