Birds

AT HOME ART ASSIGNMENTS

  • AT HOME AT ASSIGNMENT #3 -WEEK OF MARCH 28th

     Artists are inspired by their surroundings. The past couple of mornings I’ve woken up listening to the birds singing. Have you heard them? Spring is definitely upon us. Yesterday, I went to the beach and watched the seagulls and sandpipers running across the sand near the water's edge. Coming back home I noticed the Osprey sitting in his nest at the corner of Route 105 and Route 24 in Riverhead. He looked so regal.

    This week’s assignment is inspired by birds. Create a bird picture to share with the Quogue School student body on Google Classroom and the Quogue School Website. 

    Once again, I included pictures for referrence. Remember, don’t trace! Do your best to draw what you see with any art materials you want to use. Pencil, crayons, marker, paint, collage and computer work are all acceptable.You can upload the completed artwork through Google Classroom or take a picture and send it to my email ganderson@quogueschool.comThis assignment is due Friday,April 3rd.      Happy Creating! -Ms. Ginger

     

     

    AT HOME ART ASSIGNMENT #2 -WEEK OF MARCH 23rd 

    Happy Spring! I hope this assignment finds you all well. When you are outside this week look for flowers that are beginning to bloom, such as Pansy, Crocus, Daffodil, and Tulips. Let these be your inspiration for your next creation. I included pictures for referrence. Remember, don’t trace! Do your best to draw what you see with any art materials you want to use. Pencil, crayons, marker, paint and computer work is all acceptable. Make a Spring Flower/Garden picture to share with the Quogue student body.

    You can upload the image through Google Classroom if it’s on a computer or send it to my email ganderson@quogueschool.com.      

     

     

      

    AT HOME ART ASSIGNMENT #1 - WEEK OF MARCH 16th

    Keep creating even though there is no school!  Don't know what to draw? Here's a simple bunny you can use for inspiration. Draw it and the surroundings. If you have crayons, markers or paint. Remember, please don't trace. Do your best to draw what you see. I'd love to see and share your finished work of art on the Gallery of Student Art. Take a picture and email it to me at ganderson@quogueschool.com. Happy creating! 

    P.S I've created a Quogue School Art google classroom! Come connect with me there... If you can't connect, send me an email and I'll give you the class code.

    -Be well! Ms. Ginger