Rocky Mountain Academy Of Evergreen Middle School
Evergreen, Colorado
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Artwork Exhibits - last school year (July 2013 - June 2014)
 
Unusual Perspectives (2 artworks)
May 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
For this project students worked with one point perspective. The requirements included at least three rectangular or squ ...
   
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Apr 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
For this project students designed a creature after looking at the sculptures of Dr. Seuss for inspiration. After drawin ...
   
 
Matisse Inspired Collage (33 artworks)
Apr 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
After looking at the art of Henri Matisse, each student thought about and decided on a theme to express. They planned ou ...
   
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Foil Raised Relief (24 artworks)
Mar 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
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Feb 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
For this project students examined the art of Georgia O'Keefe and were to use one of the aspects of her art in their own ...
   
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Jan 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
After looking at the art of Andy Warhol, students thought about what objects or images would represent popular culture t ...
   
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Zen Drawings (38 artworks)
Jan 2014, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
Students chose a subject to draw, and made thumbnail sketches of their subject. Next students chose to work on white pap ...
   
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Constructed Cubism (31 artworks)
Nov 2013, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
Students used geometric shapes and lines to make a cubist drawing of one or more objects. The drawings were colored with ...
   
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Nov 2013, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
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Nov 2013, taught by Brinda Pumphrey
Inviting students from around the world to submit artwork based on the theme titled "My Spaceship Looks Like..."
   
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Artwork Exhibits - 2 years ago (July 2012 - June 2013)
Artwork Exhibits - 3 years ago (July 2011 - June 2012)
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  overall rank #36 #1926
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School Awards & Honors
  2011-2012 Statements Award
Ranked #9 in Colorado (#1026 in the nation) for artist statements collected 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 artist statements ...
This is one of my favorite sketches from my 200 Sketches in 200 Days challenge.
written by MrsPumphrey1
For this abstract mixed media I used acrylic paint and modeling paste on a wooden board and glued on various objects. I particularly like how this piece flows and the textures created by the objects. The color harmony is split complimentary with tints and shades of the three colors. I did this artwork as part of a class I took this summer on abstract mixed media.
written by MrsPumphrey1
I painted this from a photo I took of Delicate Arch at sunset in Arches National Park. I used a thinned acrylic paint that I squirted from a bottle to create the lines. I used acrylic paints to color in the shapes created by the lines. I really like this painting. I tried to keep the color harmony simple. I like the way the colors are blended in the sky.
written by MrsPumphrey1
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