In Art Club, the students learned about an artist named Romero Britto.
"Romero Britto is a Brazilian neo-pop artist, painter, and sculptor. He combines elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti painting in his work, using vibrant colors and bold patterns as a visual expression of hope and happiness." - Wikipedia
The students created and designed harvest pumpkins inspired by the style of this artist.
We hope you enjoy our artwork!
Students in rooms 6-O and 6-Sc came to CLIC for a curriculum enrichment project in social studies. They were learning about Russian history and, in particular, about Faberge Imperial Eggs. If you've never heard of them, or would like to learn more about them, click the button below to be re-directed to an informational website.
On Day 1, the students browsed materials, brainstormed themes and design ideas, and began to work. The first step was to paint a plastic Easter egg and a wooden egg stand. On Day 2, the students embellished and decorated the eggs. You can see the finished eggs on display on the first floor at Proctor. They look incredible! Great job, grade six!