I'm the art teacher. Sort of.
And the gala, our Big Fundraiser, is this weekend.
I was asked to do some art projects. One per class that I teach in. There was some confusion about what classes I taught, but that's ok. I'm a volunteer. And I decided, yeah, this could be good. It could be great. So here are two of the four. The first is a baby quilt made by one of the elementary (meaning "1st-3rd" grade, or ages 6-9ish) classes. It's done in sharpie marker and then turned into "tie dye" with rubbing alcohol. The second is a kindergarten project, thumbs in paint, to make the flower from our school's logo. I kind of love them both now. Very happy with the results.
The two not here yet are upper elementary (4th-6th, or ages 9-12ish), who are doing a take off on Kandinsky's color study in circles, but in the same colors as the poster; and another of the elementary classes, a complicated quilt that's a road map. I'll show it when it's done. As an aside, I sewed it together watching Good Will Hunting, which always makes me melancholy. So that's all caught up in the stitches. So weird. But good.