Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas

Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas

Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Created by Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Participants: Alison
Title: Combined Planets 
Theme: Space
Art Teacher: Jennifer Wolff

Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Created by Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Participants: Mekayla
Title: Space Shimmer
Theme: Space
Art Teacher: Jennifer Wolff

Materials and techniques used: fabric, dye, paint, glitter, paper towels, silver hot glue, tie-dyed fabric. I painted the background black, put paper towels under the planets and glued them on. I also glued glitter on using silver hot glue. 

About: I picked this picture because I liked how the planets were lined up, and I liked the galaxies. 

Did you enjoy working on this project? I did like working on this project. I liked using the different materials and putting them all together. 

Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Created by Beloit Jr./Sr. High School students from Beloit, Kansas
Participants: Jasmine T.
Title: Space Burst
Theme: Space
Art Teacher: Jennifer Wolff
Materials and techniques used: Fabric dye, black ink, cardboard, burlap, acrylic paint, chalk, sand, hot glue gun

All of these materials were used to create a lot of texture.

About: The red planet represents the sun, the center of the universe. The mixture of sand and paint represents a blinding light, and the idea that some things do shine brighter than the sun.

Did you enjoy working on this project? Yes. It was interesting to work with all of the different materials to create eye-catching contrast and different textures. It was definitely a learning experience, and it was exciting to see so many unique ideas and designs!