Calvary Day School

Calvary Day School

Calvary Day School Climate Art Project

The students were given a brief introduction about the Climate Art Project and then an introduction of how to build an armature using wire, cardboard, newspaper, etc., and then how to use the wet plaster fabric to cover their armature.  Then the students were allowed to search the web for animals that were endangered due to climate changes.  The students picked one of the
animals, sketched out their animal, created the form, and then plastered the form to finalize their animal.  Once they had the form of the animal the way they wanted it, they let it dry and then painted their animal to look realistic.

Susan Barfield
Art Teacher, 6th - 12th grade
Calvary Day School

 

 

Micheal Bland:
Walrus

08/1/2015

Joy Bright:
Turtle

08/1/2015

Chris Bashlor:
Car Pollution

08/1/2015

Dylan Albrecht:
North Pole

08/1/2015

Kira Porter:
Penguin

08/1/2015

Sharon Lu:
Panda

08/1/2015

Dawona Magwood:
Whale Shark

08/1/2015

Ashlea Shoop:
Polar Bear

08/1/2015

Chas Smith:
Pollution

08/1/2015

Maddie Thomas:
World Climate

08/1/2015

Mallory Stubbs:
Earth Melting

08/1/2015

Marissa Tabakian:
Turtle

08/1/2015

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