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South Crowley Elementary
Crowley, Louisiana
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Artwork Exhibits - this school year (since July 2014)
 
Dec 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Dec 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Dec 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These snowflake decorations were created using recycled materials as part of our Winter Wonderland Art Coffee House.
   
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Deck the Halls (5 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Individuals were given plain, clear glass ornaments and a variety of materials to create original baubles for holiday de ...
   
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Chasing and Repousse' (22 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
In conjunction with the year-long unit "Art and Technology through the Ages, students explored the history of metal work ...
   
 
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These paper cutting collages were inspired by the works of Henri Matisse.
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students created these lovely sun catcher ornaments part of our December Winter Wonderland Art Coffee House.
   
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Color Theory (22 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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Art-O-Motion (1 artwork)
Nov 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These creatures were created from shapes created by dropping ink and paper and then blowing it in various directions usi ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These fanciful snowflake pictures were created as part of our December Winter Wonderland Coffee House. Student were int ...
   
 
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These cute little pendants were created by students during our December Winter Wonderland Art Coffee House. Students di ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These snow globes were created by students during our Winter Wonderland Art Coffee House in December. After exploring t ...
   
 
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students created these beautiful Gwiazdy (Polish eight point star paper cut outs) as part of our December Winter Wonderl ...
   
 
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
In conjunction with the year-long unit "Art and Technology through the Ages, students explored the history and science o ...
   
 
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
In conjunction with the year-long unit "Art and Technology through the Ages, students explored the history and science o ...
   
 
Henna Designs (7 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students created these drawing as part of a study of henna and the related symbols, cultural events, and processes. The ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
Our October Art Coffee House carried the theme “ Art of the Macabre” After exploring the works of a variety of artists ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
This project required students to use their knowledge of the color wheel and color theory to blend primary colored clays ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students explored radial design and geometric design while creating a single tile pattern that could be repeated and ass ...
   
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
Our October Art Coffee House carried the theme “ Art of the Macabre” After exploring the works of a variety of artists ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
Our October Art Coffee House carried the theme “ Art of the Macabre” After exploring the works of a variety of artists ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students explored candle making techniques as well as the chemistry of scent while designing a unique scent and making i ...
   
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
In conjunction with the year-long unit "Art and Technology through the Ages, students explored the history of pottery an ...
   
 
Watercolor (6 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students created these watercolor paintings as a review of various water color techniques.
   
 
Rossilands Portfolio (2 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were completed by Rossiland outside of class assignments.
   
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
Students explored the history and techniques of pottery as part of the year long unit “Art and Technology through the Ag ...
   
 
Miscellaneous 2014-15 (5 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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McKenzie's Portfolio (22 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were completed by McKenzie outside of class assignments.
   
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These vases were created using the double pinch pot method as part of a study of early pottery in the Art & Technology t ...
   
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pinch pots were created as part of a study of art and technology through the ages. The topic of study was early p ...
   
 
Pyrography Projects (29 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
These pieces were created as part of a study of pyrography (wood burning).
   
 
Duct Tape (47 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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Kathryn's Portfolio (3 artworks)
Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were completed by Kathryn outside of the To Art and Beyond workshop.
   
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were completed using oil pastels following as study of the work of Georgia O'Keeffe.
   
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were completed using digital photography, colored pencils and water based markers following as study of the ...
   
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These collages were completed following as study of the surrealist art of Salvador Dali.
   
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These mixed media landscapes were inspired by the tropics inspired art of Gauguin.
   
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These paper cutting collages were inspired by the works of Henri Matisse.
   
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for this school year ... state nation
546 artworks #16 #1734
139 fanclub members #22 #2129
140 comments #4 #404
286 artist statements #3 #211
  overall rank #7 #1002
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School Awards & Honors
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #8 in Louisiana (#679 in the nation) for artist statements collected among elementary schools
  2013-2014 Fan Clubs Award
Ranked #4 in Louisiana (#448 in the nation) for fan club signups among middle schools
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #8 in Louisiana (#367 in the nation) for artist statements collected among middle schools
  2013-2014 Fan Clubs Award
Ranked #9 in Louisiana (#273 in the nation) for fan club signups among high schools
  2012-2013 Comments Award
Ranked #3 in Louisiana (#274 in the nation) for comments posted among all schools
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Student Hall of Fame
Shown are the students who have entered the Hall of Fame this year.
 Ashton4178
awarded on 12/10/2014
 Angelo709
awarded on 12/17/2014
 PE4
awarded on 11/15/2014
 Victoria10163
awarded on 11/16/2014
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Recent visitor comments ...
This piece is very unique. It is also very weird because it messes with the eyes. I really love this piece because it is so simple. Nice work! -- Kadyn
left for PE4
Very pretty! -- Susan
left for PE4
These would be pretty attached to blue card stock as Christmas cards. -- Susan
left for PE4
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Recent artist statements ...
My inspiration for creating this was Egyptian cartouches and my middle name. The materials I used were clay, carving tools, ink, and gold-colored spray-paint. The techniques I used were carving the clay and then dabbing ink into the carvings. My favorite part was when I got to change my name into the symbols. My least favorite part was when I had to wait a week for the clay to dry. If I were to change it I would make the feather smaller so I could fit all three. Some concepts I learned were patience makes everything better and to be careful when painting. The fact that it turned out better than I had thought was what surprised me.
written by Morgan9197
My inspiration for this was my initials. I used clay, gold spray paint, black paint, and a paint brush. My favorite part is "old" look. My least favorite part is how deep I put the creases. If I were to recreate this, I would not put the creases as deep because it looks better with not-so-deep creases.I learned that you should always plan before you do. What surprised me was how neat it looked afterwords.
written by Gabriella2959
My inspiration for this piece was my mom because she is graduating today as a LPN. Some materials I used was black paint, a paint brush, clay, and wooden tools. Some techniques I used were being quick whenever I put on the paint and also keeping the sides round of the cartouche. My favorite part of making this was putting on the black paint and seeing how it would turn out. My least favorite part was trying to draw out the symbols because they had to be very small. I would change the middle symbol if I could because I think I could have been cleaner with it. Some concepts I learned while creating my cartouche is that you must be very careful with it and that you must take off the paint quickly. The only thing that surprised me is that my paint didn't dry that fast on mine.
written by Erin5616
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