Thursday, November 20, 2008

Outstanding Indian student artwork









The students here are encouraged and supported in their arts programs. Expression through creative channels is valued in this school and the students' work reflects it. Here is a gallery of students' art projects. When we went on our tour of the school, here are the gorgeous pieces of student work that are displayed. We were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to discuss some of the pieces with the artists: the students.

10 comments:

  1. Miss Bailin,
    Is the artwork made by our penpals? If so, please tell them that they are amazing artists. I have never done anything like that! It's amazing!

    Your student,
    Haley Maurice

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  2. So this work was done by kids? How old were they? That is amazing! They could be artists and make money!

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  3. This art is great! Did our penpels make these? I wish I was a great artist like that!

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  4. How did these kids make that art?

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  5. Hi all! The student art work is from classes (what we call grades) 4th-12th. They come up with designs, make sketches, and use the paint in the classroom. It is pretty impressive. There paintings were not make by your pen pals. I was visiting a different school this day.

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  6. I can't believe kids did that artwork! How did they do it?

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  7. Whoah Kids did that? Thats Crazy! I miss you Miss Bailin!! I loved your blue indian dress!

    Luv,
    Janie

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  8. Danielle (dani) WiggsNovember 22, 2008 at 6:14 PM

    How old are the kids who did the art? The art is awsome! Did our pen pals do the art work? You look good in your blue indian dress. I miss you! I wish you safty! Have fun!

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  9. Are they are flat or do they have any texture on them if you touched it?

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  10. Jane - I miss you too. I am glad that you liked my Sari. We basically played "dress up" while we were having dinner at one of the K.V. teachers from Miss Reynold's school. It was fun. Dinners in India last hours! We didn't get home until around 1:30a.m. and we had to get up at 6a.m. to teach the next day. It was intense.

    Emily - The Saris have texture.

    Dani - The students are 4th-12th grades. I miss you a lot. :) Our pen pals did not do this artwork.

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