South Crowley Elementary
Crowley, Louisiana
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Artwork Exhibits - this school year (since July 2014)
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz & Darla Thibodeaux
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Watercolor (3 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Rossilands Portfolio (2 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Miscellaneous 2014-15 (2 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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McKenzie's Portfolio (22 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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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 ...
   
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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 ...
   
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Pyrography Projects (16 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
These pieces were created as part of a study of pyrography (wood burning).
   
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Duct Tape (18 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Darla Thibodeaux
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Kathryn's Portfolio (3 artworks)
Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Jul 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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for this school year ... state nation
243 artworks #19 #1507
65 fanclub members #23 #1949
1 comments #40 #2583
91 artist statements #2 #275
  overall rank #22 #1814
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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 (#274 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
No students have entered the Hall of Fame this year, but some have won other awards.
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Recent visitor comments ...
Kat I love all of your work!! You are an amazing little artist! Love you! Mom -- Mom
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Recent artist statements ...
The inspiration for this piece was my family and friends, each and every mark on it meaning something about my family or friends. The materials that I used for my amulet were crayola clay, a few feathers, and a small sharpie to draw little lines. The technique that I used was my family and friends.My favorite part of this artwork is the way that my amulet is unique and that it represents my family, friends, and everyone that I know. And for my least favorite part, well, I actually didn't have one. If I could create my amulet again, I wouldn't. I would keep it just the way it is now because I love it just how it is. Some of the concepts that I learned while making this piece of art were that making amulets are fun, and they are pretty easy. I also learned that amulets can mean anything to other people, but they mean something special to whoever owns it, and that they are always unique. What surprised me was that everyone makes their own kind of art. My amulet mainly means friends and family. The feathers stand for the uniqueness of everyone that I know. The red background stands for a heart, which means love and friendship, and each of the little black lines stands for people that I know. The little yellow lines around the colorful part in the middle stand for my closest family and my best friends, and the actual little piece in the middle is me, surrounded by all of my family, friends, and everyone that I know.
written by Alyssa14269
The Earth inspired me create this piece. I kept it simple. I used Crayola Model Magic Clay, a cord, marker caps, and scissors. I used my hands and some scissors to shape the clay. My favorite part in creating this piece was every part! If I were to create this piece again I would add some beads to it. While I created this piece I learned that Crayola Model Magic Clay is very different from regular clay. What surprised me about this artwork is how easy it could be. The purple part of my amulet is me. The blue green part is the Earth. This reminds me of how small I could be but how big a difference I can make in the big world.
written by Madeline4136
The inspiration for the piece was amulets that were made in the past and me. The materials I used were clay, natural feathers, and cord. My favorite part of the artwork was blending the colors. My least favorite part was that the feathers don’t mix well with the clay colors, because they are brown and white while everything else is very colorful. If I were to create it again, I would change the red triangle to a cube because most of my amulet pieces were cubes. Some things I learned was that the Crayola Model Magic clay wasn’t as strong as the regular clay so you have to be careful with it, you have to take time on these projects or they won’t turn out how you want them to. The fact that it actually looked like a bird afterwards and that all the colors looked like a work made me very surprised. The colors I used in the amulet along with the shapes and designs hold a special place in my heart and significance. My name means “lives by the sea”, so I added a blue like the sea. The green on one side of the cube represents my brother’s & father’s favorite color, and the purple represents my mother’s, sister’s, & my own favorite color. The smaller cubes with the swirls of color represent my creativity. The feathers represent my cats, dog, and bird. The cubes are there because they have multiple sides, like I do – I’m shy and quiet at school but at home I’m loud and crazy. The triangle represents roses, as I love the flowers, & the red of the triangle itself – and my middle name.
written by Morgan9197
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