Eagle and Union Elementary Schools
Welcome to our visual arts gallery on Artsonia. Thank you for visiting and supporting the art progam at Eagle & Union Elementary. The money generated through Artsonia will help purchase art supplies, promote Youth Art Month activities and provide professional development opportunities!
Madelynn, I would love to know what your inspiration was for this recent piece of art. I really like how the color turns from orange, to orange-red, to red. Nicely done! Love you, Mom
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Hello Kole! I wanted to let you know I love your latest art piece! I really like the long lines and pops of color. It must have taken you a lot of time and work to make all of those small dots! I hope I get to look at more of your work soon! Love, Aunt Da
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This is a self-portrait. I can tell. I really like it and especially those pretty blue eyes!!! Nice job, Jack! Love you!
-- Grandma Judy
I love the background the best and I did not like how the pencil lines were showing.
"Mrs. Urbanski was sharing about cats"was our inspiration. "She does that a lot and makes you want to do it." (GREAT TEACHER that she is...Love this lady!!!)
I would change the pencil marks and that is the only thing I do not like.
I learned that cats come in all sizes, shapes, and colors.
I first did it with pencil and then I traced it over with paint.
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I was inspired by Matisse because he used many bright colors and patterns. He was a great artist! Thank you Henri Matisse for your beautiful, outstanding, awesome art.
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Favorite part is the paint blobs. Inspiration was just to do it for fun. Would change the size. Imagined it, then drew it and then painted it.
It's a poison fortress acording to William.