September art

Explore a collection of captivating September art ideas to inspire your creativity. Discover unique artworks that celebrate the beauty of the autumn season and find your next artistic project.
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Apple, apples, apples! Did you know that there are more than 8,000 varieties of apples?! Me either! It does feel like I have drawn that many over the years and I especially love adding a cute face, arms and legs to bring them to life! I drew these little Apple Cuties a few years ago and wanted to remind you that the directions are still up on my blog. There is a printable pack of directed drawing papers too. FIND THE DRAWING STEPS Directed drawing can allow young students to feel successful…

From the Pond
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The 2nd Grade students studied the artist Vincent Van Gogh and his artwork. We also read the book, Camille and the Sunflowers. The students were able to create a giant sunflower creating emphasis in their artwork. Then they were shown how to blend colors using oil pastels. The students had to choose a cool color for their background to make their sunflower "pop" in their piece of art.

Gwendolyn Brown
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This week, Kindergarten started working on their color mixing apple project! We got our inspiration from the website Deep Space Sparkle, and decided to make our own! Here's how we did it! Day 1: I showed my example up on the screen, we talked about what we saw, and then I started to demo the project. I have large apple tracers cut out for them, and I showed them how to place them on their paper so they would all fit. We used 9x12" 90lb paper for this project. I showed them how to trace them…

Angela Finkbeiner