There’s just one day left until our Herbal Market and friends are getting excited to showcase all of their hard work! Today in the Studio, children finished printing their herb greeting cards that will be sold tomorrow at the Market.
Ezekiel: Awesome, look at mine… it’s on the card.
Braeden: I rolled the colors and they look like Barcelona colors.
Ebbisa: The drawing is going to stay on the paper I think.
Alexia: The roller sounds like the sound when I itch my head.
Jasper: All those people will fall down when they see our artwork. They will think it’s so beautiful and they will just fall down!
Gabriela: It’s harder to mix then I thought it would be. When I roll it I can see my picture much better! How did you get the amazing idea to do this?
We hope to see you all at the Herbal Market tomorrow, May 6, from 11:30-1:30!
Before winter break, children in Thursday art groups were finishing up monoprints and Styrofoam prints in the Studio! Be sure to check out their fantastic work that is now up on display in the hallway.
It’s been a very busy week in the Pre-K Art Studio as we wrap up work before Winter Break. Today, friends inked their Styrofoam stamps and printed them in an edition. Children were so excited to see their drawings transfer to paper and loved mixing different colors of ink with the brayer.
Michael: I know the drawing will be on the paper. I know I’ll be right!
Leah: Mine looks so handsome.
Cole: It’s real! My drawing’s there!
Abdoulaye: It matches.
Friends noticed that the brayer rolling through ink made different sounds, depending on how fast or slow you rolled it.
Ezekiel: It looks like hair. It sounds like scratching your hair.
Wallace: Sounds like hair is static.
Alberto: It makes a noise like rice. Like dry rice.