What do our Middle School teachers do when school is over? Yesterday, they came together to practice their painting and drawing skills here at Moraine Farm. It was hot and humid, but that didn’t stop them from sharing ideas on how to better bring the arts to their students.
Here’s the view they had, looking up one of Moraine Farms’s historic carriage roads.
Connie Macleod, teaching 6th grade in the fall, captured the scene in pencil.
Dianne McGaunn, teaching 7th grade in the fall, chose to focus on a particular tree with colored pencil.
Anna Scalera, teaching 8th grade, using a technique called “veil painting” to achieve this landscape.
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