Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Breanna Ragland, Maddy Shrader, Kelsey Fuller, Curtis Humphrey, Liz Riggs, Matea Mills, Arron Royer, Charlee Linder, Brandon Burdsall, John Ross Hayes, Harley Denney, Amanda Rowe, Christian Kidd, Trish Baker, Alan Smith, Spencer Vetter

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Title: Litho Sphere

Theme: Earth science

Materials and techniques: Tie-dying and painting on material and canvas provide the creativity known as fiber art.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, once the process began and the research was over, students began to see their vision!

About: It is all about how easily the arts are integrated or fused into all aspects of our lives, so when the Mammoth Cave project came to our state, we wanted the opportunity to show how art can be aesthetic and how it relates to other core content. Mammoth Cave is a work of art in and of itself and in addition to providing delight to visitors and Kentuckians alike, it is home to many animals. We have earth science and art, beautiful landscapes that tourists flock to, and more.

Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Breanna Ragland, Maddy Shrader, Kelsey Fuller, Curtis Humphrey, Liz Riggs, Matea Mills, Arron Royer, Charlee Linder, Brandon Burdsall, John Ross Hayes, Harley Denney, Amanda Rowe, Christian Kidd, Trish Baker, Alan Smith, Spencer Vetter

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Title: The Spring Sunrise

Theme: Conservation (Nature, animals, etc) Spring Time

Materials and techniques: Tie-dying and painting on material and canvas provide the creativity known as fiber art.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, once the process began and the research was over, students began to see their vision!

About: It is all about how easily the arts are integrated or fused into all aspects of our lives, so when the Mammoth Cave project came to our state, we wanted the opportunity to show how art can be aesthetic and how it relates to other core content. Mammoth Cave is a work of art in and of itself and in addition to providing delight to visitors and Kentuckians alike, it is home to many animals. We have earth science and art, beautiful landscapes that tourists flock to, and more.

Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Breanna Ragland, Maddy Shrader, Kelsey Fuller, Curtis Humphrey, Liz Riggs, Matea Mills, Arron Royer, Charlee Linder, Brandon Burdsall, John Ross Hayes, Harley Denney, Amanda Rowe, Christian Kidd, Trish Baker, Alan Smith, Spencer Vetter

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Title: A Sprinkle O’ Glitter

Theme: Winter in Mammoth Cave

Materials and techniques: Tie-dying and painting on material and canvas provide the creativity known as fiber art.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, once the process began and the research was over, students began to see their vision!

About: It is all about how easily the arts are integrated or fused into all aspects of our lives, so when the Mammoth Cave project came to our state, we wanted the opportunity to show how art can be aesthetic and how it relates to other core content. Mammoth Cave is a work of art in and of itself and in addition to providing delight to visitors and Kentuckians alike, it is home to many animals. We have earth science and art, beautiful landscapes that tourists flock to, and more.

Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School 1st Period Class, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Breanna Ragland, Maddy Shrader, Kelsey Fuller, Curtis Humphrey, Liz Riggs, Matea Mills, Arron Royer, Charlee Linder, Brandon Burdsall, John Ross Hayes, Harley Denney, Amanda Rowe, Christian Kidd, Trish Baker, Alan Smith, Spencer Vetter

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Title: Trees on Cave

Theme: Conservation (Nature, animals, etc) Landscape

Materials and techniques: Tie-dying and painting on material and canvas provide the creativity known as fiber art.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, once the process began and the research was over, students began to see their vision!

About: It is all about how easily the arts are integrated or fused into all aspects of our lives, so when the Mammoth Cave project came to our state, we wanted the opportunity to show how art can be aesthetic and how it relates to other core content. Mammoth Cave is a work of art in and of itself and in addition to providing delight to visitors and Kentuckians alike, it is home to many animals. We have earth science and art, beautiful landscapes that tourists flock to, and more.