• New Art Club Mural

    Posted by Josie Carter on 3/23/2019 1:00:00 PM

    Making progress on our art club mural inspired by Gustav Klimt's "Tree of Life"

    Tree of Life

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  • Collaborative Weaving

    Posted by Josie Carter on 3/16/2019 1:00:00 PM

    The 5th Grade Art Club has been working hard all year to complete this collaborative weaving.   Looks Amazing!!

    Art Club Weaving

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  • New Mural

    Posted by Josie Carter on 2/2/2019 11:00:00 AM

    Painting a collaborative mural in 5th Grade Art Club inspired by Gustav Klimt's "Tree of Life"

    Collaborative Mural

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  • Art Club Activities

    Posted by Josie Carter on 2/2/2019 11:00:00 AM

    Working on sewing together a large weaving out of cloth during 5th Grade Art club.   Sewing and Weaving

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  • Paper Snowflakes

    Posted by Josie Carter on 1/12/2019 3:00:00 PM

    Thanks to the 5th grade art club for the beautiful paper snowflakes which decorated our school stage for our holiday chorus concert in December.  

     

    snowflakes

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  • HUMANDS inspired by Mario Mariotti. Created by WSE art club.

    Posted by Josie Carter on 11/18/2018 11:00:00 AM

    Duck.    Tiger.     Peacock.     Body Art in 5th Grade Art Club.   

    Humand Tiger humand peacock Humand duck

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  • Air Brush Art

    Posted by Josie Carter on 11/18/2018 11:00:00 AM

    5th Grade Art Club trying out some airbrush techniques.   We love to try out new mediums in the art room.Airbrush Art

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  • Melted Crayon Art 2018-19

    Posted by Josie Carter on 11/18/2018 11:00:00 AM

    5th Grade Art Club working on another melted crayon design this year.   

    Melted Crayon Design

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  • Community Mural

    Posted by Josie Carter on 5/29/2018 8:00:00 PM

    Art Club finally finished our West Smithfield Elementary Community mural.   This painting is currently being displayed at the AG Glenn Building in Smithfield.  

    JOCO canvas

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  • Melted Crayon Art

    Posted by Josie Carter on 5/29/2018 8:00:00 PM

    Melted Crayon Art.    I love it.     My 5th Grade Art Club is so creative.

    crayon melt

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    November 2018 Projects

    Kindergarten and First Grade:  

    Kindergarten is learning about different landforms.   They will continue to explore textures and colors when creating a landscape art project.   They will practice using a paint brush and working collaboratively with a partner.

    First Grade will be learning about similarities and differences of cultural celebrations.   They will be comparing the Fourth of July in the United States with the celebration of Cinco de Mayo in Mexico.   Students will be learning about primary and secondary colors as they create a sombrero.  

    Second and Third Grade:  

    Second Grade is learning about the rainforest biome.    Students are working on a painting of a banyan tree which is one of the many plants found in a tropical rainsforest.

    Third Grade will be learning about how goods and services are transported using different modes of transportation.   They will be working in groups to make posters about these types of transportation.   Student are also studying the element of line in art.   They will be focusing on various types of "line" to create a locomotive train.  

    Fourth and Fifth Grade: 

    Fourth Grade will be learning about sculpture in art.   Students will be creating a pinch pot creature out of clay.  

    Fifth Grade will be studying various art styles and artists of America.   They will be researching an artist of their choice and recreating one of their works of art.  

     

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  • Art BEP Schedule

    8:45-9:35 Planning

    9:35-10:15 2nd Grade

    10:15-11:05 4th Grade

    11:05-11:35  Lunch

    11:35-12:35 Cafe Duty

    12:40-1:30 3rd Grade

    1:30-2:20 1st Grade

    2:20-3:10 Kindergarten

    3:10-4:00 5th Grade

    Thursday 5th Grade Art Club: 4:00-5:00

     

Ms. Josie Carter

Phone: (919) 673-3599

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Ms. Josie Carter

I believe it is important for a student to learn about the arts as well as the more academic subjects in order to have a well rounded education.   The study of fine art teaches students to appreciate beauty and to be more compassionate toward other people different from themselves.  Learning about art can help students communicate their feelings and improve their self esteem.  "Logic will get you from A to B.  Imagination will take you everywhere"  Albert Einstein

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