Congratulations to the Piscataway High School art students for being part of the Ducret Annual High School Art Show. Students art work was accepted into the show and 6 students received awards. Students placed in various categories including acrylic painting, mixed media and colored pencil. Many students attended the opening reception and had the opportunity to visit several open studios at Ducret. It was wonderful to see all of the art work and have the opportunity for students to be part of a such a great event.
This video shows the process of Tall Paintings by Holton Rower. Sit back, watch and enjoy gravity.....Direction, Cinematography and Editing by Dave Kaufman a mix of some shots of a painting in progress with time lapse photography.
Sometimes a blank page in a journal can be just too intimidating. So, why not try and start on a page that already has something on it. Students used pages from an old book (great way to recycle) and created found word poems. After circling the words they then began to visually block out the rest of the page. Some students used colors and patterns, while others took the opportunity to draw an image.
"The arts celebrate multiple perspectives. One of their large lessons is that there are many ways to see and interpret the world."
Mrs. Dorothy Amme
Visual Arts Teacher
Piscataway High School