Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

 

Created by Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Artists: Danny, Samira, Marcus, Ja’sai, Xandria

Title: Trees

Teacher: Mrs. Martin

Theme: Preserving the natural world for our future. 2017 Next Generation Regeneration

Materials and techniques: The students used fabric, including recycled ranger uniforms and fusible webbing to create the art work based on preliminary drawings.

Did you enjoy this project? They enjoyed the project and the extended learning about the history of the national parks they did with their classroom teacher.

About: This art work is about the beauty of trees, and the importance of understanding and preserving nature for the future. The students studied the history of the National Parks and took the role, as our next generation, as stewards of the future of our planet.

 

Created by Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Artists: Angela, Grace, Kimora, Saw, Juanasia

Title: Coral Reefs

Teacher: Mrs. Martin

Theme: Preserving the natural world for our future. 2017 Next Generation Regeneration

Materials and techniques: The students used fabric, including recycled ranger uniforms and fusible webbing to create the art work based on preliminary drawings.

Did you enjoy this project? They enjoyed the project and the extended learning about the history of the national parks they did with their classroom teacher.

About: This art work is about the beauty of coral reefs, and the importance of understanding and preserving nature for the future. The students studied the history of the National Parks and took the role, as our next generation, as stewards of the future of our planet.

Created by Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Artists: Terry, Janahvia, Nacireme, Jah’syas

Title: Volcanic Activity

Teacher: Mrs. Martin

Theme: Preserving the natural world for our future. 2017 Next Generation Regeneration

Materials and techniques: The students used fabric, including recycled ranger uniforms and fusible webbing to create the art work based on preliminary drawings. They finished with details applied with fabric glue or drawn with permanent marker.

Did you enjoy this project? They enjoyed the project and the extended learning about the history of the national parks they did with their classroom teacher.

About: This art work is about the majesty of volcanic activity and formations, and the importance of understanding and preserving nature for the future. The students studied the history of the National Parks and took the role, as our next generation, as stewards of the future of our planet.

Created by Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Artists: Tido, Oronzo, Aniyah, Alexis

Title: Canyons and Rock Formations

Teacher: Mrs. Martin

Theme: Preserving the natural world for our future. 2017 Next Generation Regeneration

Materials and techniques: The students used fabric, including recycled ranger uniforms and fusible webbing to create the art work based on preliminary drawings. They finished with details applied with fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? They enjoyed the project and the extended learning about the history of the national parks they did with their classroom teacher.

About: This art work is about the beauty of canyons and other rock formations, and the importance of understanding and preserving nature for the future. The students studied the history of the National Parks and took the role, as our next generation, as stewards of the future of our planet.

 

Created by Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology, Albany, NY

Artists: Kathrine, Taliyah, Karionna, Cy’Asia, Matthew

Title: Animals in the Wild

Teacher: Mrs. Martin

Theme: Preserving the natural world for our future. 2017 Next Generation Regeneration

Materials and techniques: The students used fabric, including recycled ranger uniforms and fusible webbing to create the art work based on preliminary drawings. They finished with details applied with fabric glue or drawn with permanent marker.

Did you enjoy this project? They enjoyed the project and the extended learning about the history of the national parks they did with their classroom teacher.

About: This art work is about the beauty of wild animals, and the importance of understanding and preserving nature for the future. The students studied the history of the National Parks and took the role, as our next generation, as stewards of the future of our planet.