Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Bridge Street Art Fair, Saturday, May 16, 2015
Join us on Saturday, May 16th for the third annual Bridge Street Art Fair. From 12:00-6:00, we will gather on the green behind Historic Bridge Street in Waitsfield to celebrate all things creative. The Art Fair features a professional craft fair, live music and entertainment, free art activities and demonstrations, food, face painting, henna tattoos, student art show and children’s art auction. This all-ages event is free and open to the public and will take place RAIN or SHINE! Parking is available at Waitsfield Elementary School and Telecom. The event will kick-off with a Bike Parade from the Waitsfield School at 12 pm. This event is made possible by support from Sugarbush Resort, the Fayston School PTO and Waitsfield School PTA and the businesses of Bridge Street. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, contact Nora at Nmcdonough@wwsu.org.
Monday, April 6, 2015
Monday, March 30, 2015
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Kindergarten artists were asked to create artwork using ten circles and five lines. We discussed all of the ways they could use theses pieces to create unique works of art. They painted with liquid watercolors.
Monday, March 9, 2015
In the 1950s and 1960s, young British and American
artists made popular culture their subject matter.
By incorporating logos, brand names, television and
cartoon characters, and other consumer products
into their work, these artists tested the boundaries
between art and everyday life.
Roy Lichtenstein was one of the originators of this
new pop movement. Fascinated by printed mass
media—particularly newspaper advertising and
cartoon or comic book illustration—Lichtenstein
developed a style characterized by bold lines, bright
colors, dot patterns, and sometimes words.
The art of today is all
"America's Worst Artist Ever??"
What is ONOMATOPOIEA?
"Splat, Giggle, Moo"
click here to learn more about Roy Lichtenstein from the National Gallery of Art