South Crowley Elementary
Crowley, Louisiana
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Artwork Exhibits - this school year (since July 2014)
 
Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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Oct 2014, taught by Patricia Ronkartz
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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 (6 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 (33 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
260 artworks #21 #1665
69 fanclub members #25 #2039
1 comments #41 #2745
95 artist statements #2 #305
  overall rank #22 #1951
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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 ...
I was inspired by the people in Greece who first made the pots. I make coils into the shape of a bowl ( I was trying to make a vase ). Then I painted it black and scratched the design into the bowl. My favorite part was making the little coils. My least favorite part was letting the paint dry. I will use my clay wisely next time so it will look like a vase. I learned that it is not as easy as it looks! I was surprised because how hard is was but it looked easy!
written by Avery2309
The inspiration for this piece was a combination of primitive pottery and modern graphic designs. I used air dry clay and the double pinch pot method to create this piece. My favorite part of the piece is the overall shape and texture. My least favorite part of the work is the white bands because they are not as uniform as I would have liked them to be. If I were to do this again I would be more careful when applying the white bands so that they would be more uniform. I learned the double pinch pot method when I created this piece. I was surprised at how well it came out and that it process was not as easy as it appears to be.
written by PE4
My inspiration was the way that the Greeks made their vases. The materials I used were water, clay, my hands, and a plastic fork. The technique I used were slip and score. My favorite and least favorite was the shape of my vase. It was my favorite part because it was cool and different. It was my least favorite because I know I could have done better. I wouldn't change anything because I am proud in my work. The concepts I learned were slip and score and also how to make a Greek vase. I was surprised that I made a Greek vase.
written by Kadyn41
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