St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

Created by St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas

St. Mary’s Elementary School in St. Mary’s, Kansas AND Rossville Grade School in Rossville, Kansas


What is the story behind these artworks?

These artworks were created during a week long visit to work with Mrs. Nadine Fisher (art teacher) and her students at St. Mary’s and Rossville Elementary School from Monday February 6 thru Friday February 10, 2012. In total 550 students had and opportunity to participate from grades K thru 6th. 

Artwork Number 1: Created by Luke Homan, 2nd Grade
Title: U.S.A Rocket
Dream Theme: Space
Why does this theme matter to you? There are a lot of planets
What is your favorite subject in school? P.E.
If you could pick any place in the world for this artwork to be displayed, what places would you pick? Maine

Artwork Number 2: Created by McKenna, 3rd Grade
Title: Space
Dream Theme: Space, Moon, Stars, Planets
Why does this theme matter to you? Because I like it.
What is your favorite subject in school? Art
If you could pick any place in the world for this artwork to be displayed, what places would you pick? Texas

Artwork Number 3: Created by Kelsey Pearl, 4th Grade
Title: Peace Out
Dream Theme: Peace
Why does this theme matter to you? Because I love Peace Signs
What is your favorite subject in school? Science, because I like to do experiments 
If you could pick any place in the world for this artwork to be displayed, what places would you pick? Mall of America 

Artwork Number 4: Created by Hayden Sanders, 1st Grade