Otesgo Northern Catskill Boces, Otsego Area Occupational Center, Milford, NY

Otesgo Northern Catskill Boces, Otsego Area Occupational Center, Milford, NY

What a park means to me

Created by Otesgo Northern Catskill Boces, Otsego Area Occupational Center, Milford, NY

Artists: 9th-12th grade Studio in Art, Drawing and Painting classes.

Title: The Alamo, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, TX

Teacher: Mrs. Link

Theme: What a park means to me

Materials and techniques: Acrylic on canvas. Layered stenciling, sponge painting and dry brushing techniques were employed to create the variety of our paintings.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, my students enjoyed painting on canvas!

About: Each painting’s theme is cross-curricular with grade level classroom lessons and art lessons. These lessons are tied to science, social studies, and art. Students in grades 5-12 researched national parks and picked one that interested them. Some students worked as a team to research what the park service had to offer. Some students chose a park they had been to.

What a park means to me

Created by Otsego Area Occupational Center and Charlotte Valley School, Milford, NY

Artists: 9th -12th grade Studio in Art and Drawing and Painting Classes

Title: Arches, National Park, UT

Teacher: Mrs. Link

Theme: What a park means to me

Materials and techniques: Acrylic on canvas. Layered stenciling, sponge painting and dry brushing techniques were employed to create the variety of our paintings.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, my students enjoyed painting on canvas!

About: Each painting’s theme is cross-curricular with grade level classroom lessons and art lessons. These lessons are tied to science, social studies, and art. These students made landscape drawings of preserves, National battle grounds, and other landscapes that have incredible views.

What a park means to me

Created by Otsego Northern Catskill Boces, OAOC, Stamford, NY

Artists: Ryan and Sierra, 10th-11th Graders

Title: Blue Cave, Acadia National Park, ME

Teacher: Mrs. Link

Theme: What a park means to me.

Materials and techniques: Acrylic on canvas. Layered stenciling, sponge painting and dry brushing techniques were employed to create the variety of our paintings.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, my students enjoyed painting on canvas!

About: Each painting’s theme is cross-curricular with grade level classroom lessons and art lessons. These lessons are tied to science, social studies, and art. Students in grades 5-12 researched national parks and picked one that interested them. Some students worked as a team to research what the park service had to offer. Some students chose a park they had been to.

What a park means to me

Created by Otsego Area Occupational Center and Charlotte Valley School, Milford, NY

Artists: 5th- 8th Graders

Title: Places to See!

Teacher: Mrs. Link

Theme: What a park means to me

Materials and techniques: Acrylic on canvas. Layered stenciling, sponge painting and dry brushing techniques were employed to create the variety of our paintings.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, my students enjoyed painting on canvas!

About: Each painting’s theme is cross-curricular with grade level classroom lessons and art lessons. These lessons are tied to science, social studies, and art. Students in grades 5-12 researched national parks and picked one that interested them. Some students worked as a team to research what the park service had to offer. Some students chose a park they had been to.

Created by Otsego Area Occupational Center and Charlotte Valley School, Milford, NY

Artists: 6 2nd-4th grade students.

Title: Lovely Lady, the Statue of Liberty National Monument, NY

Teacher: Mrs. Link

Theme: What a park means to me

Materials and techniques: Acrylic on canvas. Layered stenciling, sponge painting and dry brushing techniques were employed to create the variety of our paintings.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, my students enjoyed painting on canvas!

About: Each painting’s theme is cross-curricular with grade level classroom lessons and art lessons. These lessons are tied to science, social studies, and art. Students in grades 5-12 researched national parks and picked one that interested them. Some students worked as a team to research what the park service had to offer. Some students chose a park they had been to.