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Art moves: CVES students explore movement in art

Grace Hart, Olivia Dougla, Noah Smith, Jack Moore and Preston French. - Courtesy photo
Grace Hart, Olivia Dougla, Noah Smith, Jack Moore and Preston French.
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Joyce DeLurme's second-grade class at Cascade View Elementary explored putting fun and silly movements into art last week, in a lesson inspired by American artist Keith Haring.

Students used oil pastels to translate movement onto paper in the May 21 Smart with Art lesson.

 

Cascade View students learn about capturing movement in art, using artist Keith Haring's work as an example.

 

Students at work.

Students in Joyce Delurme's second grade class, Alex Wolenetz, Ava Stewart, Dylan Aiken,  and Madi Brady start work on art projects.

 

Grace Hart, Olivia Dougla, Noah Smith, Jack Moore and Preston French.

 

Cascade View second graders show off their finished art, from left: front, Madi Brady, Kylie Marohnich, Eva Corey, Kate Lomas and Aiden Boyer; back Colton Rose, Dylan Aiken, Jalen Finn, Andrew Matthews, Joe Rohde, Alex Wolenetz and Paulina Pogrebnuak.

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