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Art 304: 7 Tonnes 2
Thursday, October 4, 2007. I couldn't resist putting this up:. This is a really neat piece of 3-D animation by Nicolas Deveaux. Look at the textures! Everything looks so real! Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom). Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. The art students of Charleston Catholic and the Clay Center are teaming up to curate an art exhibhit, which opens on April 3, 2010. View my complete profile. This is what I do. Art Education 2.0.
Art 304: June 2007
Thursday, June 14, 2007. This is the Mortar Man, a tiny sculpture hidden somewhere in the facade of a building here in Charleston, WV. Do you know where he is? Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. Thursday, June 7, 2007. They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them, yourself.". I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best. ". The day is coming when a single carrot, freshly observed, will start a revolution.". This is what I do.
The Charleston Catholic Art / Clay Center Project: March 2010
The Charleston Catholic Art / Clay Center Project. Wednesday, March 31, 2010. Our exhibit is up! The most exciting part was probably the installation of the vinyl title on the wall. When the backing was pulled away to reveal the title, we all cheered and took photos with our cell phones. (Yes, Mrs. Fitz, we know cellphones aren't allowed in class, but this is a special occasion, right? Will people agree with our portrayal of life in West Virginia? Will they enjoy the show? Charleston Catholic High School.
Art 304: Packing Tape Sculptures and Artwalk
Wednesday, October 10, 2007. Packing Tape Sculptures and Artwalk. Watch all the way to the end for a special guest appearance by Fr. Doug! Congratulations to all the artists on this project. The sculptures are a hit! Also I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you all that next week is the end of the 9 weeks - can you believe it? Next Friday is our first portfolio review, and you also need to have your 1-page critique of an art exhibit turned in by then. Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project.
Art 304: Self Portraits -- Adv. Art for College
Tuesday, October 2, 2007. Self Portraits - Adv. Art for College. The inspiration for this project came from portraits by Chuck Close:. By Chuck Close can be seen at the Juliet Museum of Art. The gallery at the Clay Center right here in Charleston, WV. (Bet you didn't know that gallery had a name, did you? It is part of the museum's permanent collection, so you'll see Phil hanging on the wall from time to time. Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. These are excellent, Rebbeca! This is what I do.
Art 304: Clay County Christmas
Saturday, December 8, 2007. There hasn't been much posting on this blog becasue I am trying to move it to the school's website and that involves pretty much building a new blog from scratch. It's about ready, though. but I had to share this with you. And they would move the gift a little bit, jump out of the shot, and I would snap the picture. Then I would yell "GO! So, here it is:. Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. Labels: Charleston Catholic High School. Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom).
Art 304: October 2007
Saturday, October 27, 2007. Local artist and Charleston Catholic High School grad Felix Krasyk:. I love his art! I see a definite Picasso influence, with a little Kandinsky thrown in, as well. Makes sense, because he spent time in New York just as those artists were becoming well-known in the USA. You can see his art at the Purple Moon in Charleston, WV, on Lee St between Summers and Capitol. Charleston Catholic / Clay Center Project. Wednesday, October 10, 2007. Packing Tape Sculptures and Artwalk.
birthdays and hissyfits and ministrokes, oh my! - Nothing on top but a bucket and a mop
Nothing on top but a bucket and a mop. And an illustrated book about birds. Birthdays and hissyfits and ministrokes, oh my! Dec 2nd, 2007 at 8:46 AM. I hope everyone's doing fine. I'm going to try to make it around to my flist today. It looks to be a pretty chilled-out day (I hope! It's Joseph's 9th birthday! We're going to celebrate by putting up the Christmas tree, renting a good movie, popping some corn and making some hot cocoa. It hardly seems possible that he's 9 years old! We did get to go to visi...