Star Center Elementary
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
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Artwork Projects - this school year (since July 2015)
 
Artist Study (9 artworks)
Feb 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
The students learned how to draw a foreshortened self portrait. A foreshortened drawing uses perspective to show an ima ...
   
 
Texture Cat (28 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Symmetrical Name Alien (45 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
Can you find the artist's name hidden in the symmetrical name alien?
   
 
Paper Bag Puppet (1 artwork)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Block Print (13 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Torn Paper Owl (55 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Sunset Silhouette (54 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Cartoon (61 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Birch Trees (57 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Self Portrait with Pet (57 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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House in the Snow (52 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Room (55 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Winter Self Portrait (56 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Drawing With Scissors (43 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The third graders learned about the artist Henri Matisse. Matisse called his cut paper art "Drawing with Scissors". Ea ...
   
 
Handprint Polar Bear (55 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Winter Tree (57 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Painted Paper Weaving (53 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Plaster Mask (66 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Starry Night (53 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The first graders created landscapes inspired by Vincent VanGogh's painting Starry Night.
   
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Name Swirl (55 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The fourth grade students learned about the principles of design; pattern, movement, rhythm, and unity and used them to ...
   
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Scratch Art (36 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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3D Name Art (39 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The fifth grade students used one point perspective to draw 3D Name Art
   
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Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The second graders learned how to draw a still life of materials found in the art room. They were inspired by the artist ...
   
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Fall Harvest (53 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The first graders were inspired by Vincent VanGogh's Fall Harvest painting. The students learned how to draw a fall harv ...
   
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Color Study (61 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The fourth grade students were inspired by a Wassily Kandinsky painting while learning color theory. The students explor ...
   
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Color Wheel Creation (58 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The third grade students painted color wheels while learning about primary and secondary colors. They turned their color ...
   
 
Oct 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Fall Tree (52 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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Rainbow Collage (55 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
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The Dot (55 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The Kindergarten students created dot paintings inspired by the story "The Dot" by Peyer H. Reynolds. The important mes ...
   
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Watercolor Leaves (56 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The 3rd graders painted leaves with watercolors inspired by the changing colors of fall.
   
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Day of the Dead (61 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The 4th graders created art inspired by the Mexican holiday "Day of the Dead". People in Mexico celebrate "Dia de los M ...
   
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Jack-o-lanterns (53 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
The 2nd graders painted pumpkins and turned them into jack-o-lanterns to create art inspired by the autumn season!
   
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Sunflowers (54 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
First graders created sunflower still life paintings inspired by the artist Vincent VanGogh.
   
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Spider Web (55 artworks)
Sep 2015, taught by Aryn Skilling
Spider web drawings were inspired by the artist Piet Mondrian. His famous paintings have black lines and the primary col ...
   
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Artwork Projects - last school year (July 2014 - June 2015)
Artwork Projects - 2 years ago (July 2013 - June 2014)
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Activity this school year (since July 2015)
1812 published artworks 202 comments
 
252 artist statements 455 artist fans
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School Awards & Honors
  2005-2006 Comments Award
Ranked #9 in Wisconsin (#199 in the nation) for comments posted among elementary schools
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Student Hall of Fame
Shown are five randomly-selected students who have entered the Hall of Fame this year.
 Terra184
awarded on 11/17/2015
 Troy1422
awarded on 10/30/2015
 Zoey2269
awarded on 10/8/2015
 Elias1613
awarded on 10/23/2015
 Hannah26228
awarded on 10/2/2015
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Recent visitor comments ...
I just love it! -- Grandma
left for Ian5785
Awesome!!! Big foot. ;) -- Mom
left for Alexandra5314
This is a spectacular piece of creation by you of you. I absolutely love it ?? Keep up the great work and dedication. -- Christina
left for Terra184
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Recent artist statements ...
My favorite part of the artwork is the feet. The thing that inspired me was the hands. I would change the head. I learned how to draw the shoes. The thing that surprised me was the pants. The way I created the art work was by coloring and by taking my shoe off so I could put it on my paper and color it.
written by Alvaro196
My favorite part of this painting is the shoes. My least favorite of this painting is the sky. It was hard to do the watercolor wash. I got my inspiration from my art teacher. If I was going to make the art again, I would not do the water wash. I would change it because I liked it the way it was before I did the water wash. When I was painting, I learned how to use perspective. The sky surprised me by moving around the page and mixing with all the colors. To create this piece of artwork, first I drew my head and colored it in. Next, I did my shirt, pants and shoes. I traced my shoes and drew the bottom of my shoes. I drew my pants stopping at my shoes to make make my shoes look smaller than my pants. Then I traced my hands. Lastly, I looked up pictures of space to draw the sky. I rubbed crayons on the paper to look grainy. The last step I did was taking black watercolor paint over it to look like the back of space. That is my painting.
written by Sonya176
My favorite part was printing my shoes. I didn't have a least favorite part. My inspiration was my art teacher's example. I wouldn't change anything. I learned how to forshorten my drawings. No, nothing surprised me in this drawing. First I drew my hands, then I drew my body, then my feet, and then the background as a black hole.
written by Jordan12000
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