Tuesday, April 13, 2010

NCEA Convention Art Show

Like I said the other day, there weren't too many offerings at the convention except for Dick Blick's vendor display. However, I did take quite a few photos of the art work that was on display outside of the break out rooms. St. Paul and Minneapolis schools had sent in student work from grades k -12 to put on a small art exhibit. I sure enjoyed taking my time looking at what was being shared. Two other staff members were with me and I was lucky that our gym teacher happened to have her camera along. I was able to take nice photos. Otherwise I would have only had the camera on my phone.

Dimensional Snake
Animal Transformation

Where The Wild Things Are (textures and group project)

Ceramic Frames with fiber weavings

Cave Art Replica

Apple Transition

Laurel Burch style cats

Animal Transformations

Aboriginal Style Painting

another Aboriginal Style Painting
The work was appreciated by many teachers. I am glad someone took the time to get the exhibit together. Additionally, there was one entire wall of teacher created art. They had set up several tables and used table top easels to hold the framed work. I am unsure of copyright issues so I won't be posting any of the teacher created art.

1 comment:

Snippety Gibbet said...

One of my favorite parts of the state art ed convertions is the shared student art part. It really helps me tweak what I am doing.