Students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Created by Micah, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Micah, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Micah, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada


Title: Smith Valley Victory Gardens

Dream Theme:  Agriculture

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Fabric and silk screen

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? The history of victory gardens

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Yoni, Magaly, Kahleen, and Cory, students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Yoni, Magaly, Kahleen, and Cory, students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Yoni, Magaly, Kahleen, and Cory, students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada


Title: Ag Grow More!!

Teacher: Laura Fillmore 

Dream Theme: 100 Years of Agriculture, AG

Materials and Techniques Used: Paints, fabric, fabric markers

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? To grow organic. 

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Perla, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Perla, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Perla, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada


Title: Organic is better

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Dream Theme: 100 Years of Agriculture

Materials and Techniques Used: Fabric markers, fabric pastels, silkscreen

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? How organic is better

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Julia, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Julia, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Julia, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada


Title: 100% Organic 

Dream Theme: 100 Years of Agriculture

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Sewing, fabric markers, and silk screen

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? 100% Organic

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Zack, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Zack, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada

Zack, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada


Title: French Mans House

Dream Theme: Mountains

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Pastels

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? Victory Gardens

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Marshall, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Marshall, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Title: Victory Garden

Dream Theme: Garden

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Sewing and drawing

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? Plants

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by  Christian and Jacob, students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Christian and Jacob, students in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Title: Organic Garden 

Dream Theme: Food

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Fabric and fabric colors 

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? Organic foods

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Justine, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Justine, a student in the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Title: Grow Your Own Food

Dream Theme: Food

Teacher: Laura Fillmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Sewing, silk screen, and oil pastels

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? Growing food

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Sam, a student from the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Created by Sam, a student from the Smith Valley School Art Department in Smith Nevada
Title: Smith Valley Victory Gardens

Dream Theme: Agriculture

Teacher: Laura Filmore

Materials and Techniques Used: Silkscreen 

2′ square muslin, fabric, fabric markers, silk screened icons (screened in fabric paints) and fabric pastels. All items have been ironed for durability, wear, and waterproofing.

What is your artwork about? Dogs………

Students looked at the history of Victory Gardens and the tradition of posters and propaganda from that era–as well as the newer generation of re-purposed images–and, based on their knowledge of their own organic school-to-table lab garden, created works that express their relationship to a new history of Agriculture.