Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artist: Aubrey

Title: Pokémon Go Paradise

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and crayon.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Being a Pokémon lover, I decided to show my love for this by creating a national park in Pokémon’s honor. The colors I chose were the original, flat colors.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Asa, Eric, Brandon, Sarah

Title: Volcano Park

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Material and colored pencils.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We were intrigued that many national parks in the USA have active volcanoes on them. So, we decided to focus on a volcano which was spewing ash and smoke into the air.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Clinton, Friederike, Jake, Kaitlyn

Title: Yellowstone

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We loved the idea of the geysers, smoke and steam at a national park in the USA, so we painted Yellowstone.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Amber, Haley, Jasmine, Lillian

Title: Glimpses of Nature’s Wildlife

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Tie-dying of material and then pencil drawings were sewn on.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We each wanted to create separate drawings of nature’s wildlife that we love, so we each drew our own version.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Amber, Camille, Kayla, Laura

Title: Siren’s Lament

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Material, oil pastels, and melted crayon.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Our group decided to create an imaginary park for mermaids and this artwork depicts the first discovered mermaid ever, lying on a rock.