Esther F. Garrison School of Visual and Performing Arts 2015-2016

   Global warming suggests an ongoing rise in global average temperature, near the Earth's surface, which can cause climate patterns to change. The warming is initiated by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Seventh and eighth grade Visual Art students at Garrison Fine Arts school are learning about the effects of global warming, while studying the artwork of Dale Chihuly. Two different sculptures are being made with painted recycled bottles, hot glue, and chicken wire. One sculpture depicts global warming while the other one depicts the earth.

 

This project is on-going and will be completed next school year.

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