William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Created by William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Artists: Karyn and Pilar

Title: Candy Canyons

Teacher: Mrs. Derbin

Theme: What a park means to me / Imagination

Materials and techniques: Fabric marker, fabric, sharpies, popsicle sticks, fabric glue, and the use of sponge techniques.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, of course and we would love to do something like this again.

About: It’s about a fun park made out of candy where you can just have fun. We really want to have a park that is fun to look at, and awesome to eat. So, let’s have some fun!!!

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Created by William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Artists: Katherine Galindo and Mapenzi Penney-Laryea

Title: Extinct Animal Campsite

Teacher: Mrs. Derbin

Theme: What a park means to me.

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint, colored sharpies, fabric, fabric markers and adhesive paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Our artwork is about a fiction campsite of extinct animals and we favor these beloved animals that we wish were alive. That is why we want rangers and everybody to protect the wildlife.

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Created by William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Artists: Yuri Lee and Jessica Kaufman

Title: The Tree of Life

Teacher: Mrs. Derbin

Theme: What a park means to me.

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint, fabrics, fabric markers, and some sharpies
on a base of raw linen.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we enjoyed working on this project because we love art and we love the subject we are working on.

About: Our art work has a big tree in the middle that represents all the life and critters in the forest. We also drew a lot of animals. We would love it if everyone on the planet would value nature and the national parks like we do.

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Created by William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Artists: Angelina Fortugno and Katie Polischuk

Title: Candy Kingdom

Teacher: Mrs. Derbin

Theme: What a park means to me / Imagination

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, colored sharpies, fabric, fabric markers, and adhesive glue/paint.

Did you enjoy this project? YES! This has been a very fun and creative project for us. We enjoyed it very much!

About: Our artwork is about candy and a fictional kingdom. I did this to express our love for CANDY!

William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Created by William E. Cottle School, Eastchester, NY

Artists: Ella Bordwell, Kailey Ishikawa, Eleanor Fitzpatrick

Title: Blossom City

Teacher: Mrs. Derbin

Theme: What a park means to me / Peace

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint, different types of fabric, fabric markers, colored sharpies, and we added texture to our artwork.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we did. We loved this project because we love parks and nature. It means a lot to us that the beautiful outdoors is honored by lots of people.

About: Our artwork is about the beauty of nature. We used flowers as our theme along with a waterfall for peaceful noises. We love the outdoors and hope it can stay alive forever.