Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Created by Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Jayriel, Drew, Kelvin

Title: Freezing to Death By the Cabins

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Morristown, NJ Washington Headquarters

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was so much fun!!!

About: We are showing four cabins and trees and a soldier who is freezing to death and a campfire.

Created by Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Juliana, Aliyah and Shania

Title: Cabins on the Lake

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Morristown, NJ Washington’s Headquarters

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we liked painting the picture.

About: We painted a picture of the Morristown camp. We showed a cabin and a lake. We showed it snowing a lot like it did during the war when the men were in Morristown at the headquarters of George Washington.

Created by Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Zion, Samantha and Mia

Title: Hungry!

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Morristown, NJ Washington’s Headquarters

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved working on this project. We all drew and painted the whole thing and it was so fun. We liked working as a group.

About: We painted a picture of George Washington’s troops at the camp in Morristown, NJ. We show one man near a fire that went out who is saying he is hungry, then we made one troop holding a gun freezing and another troop cold and hungry. The snow is falling on the cabins and it is freezing cold. We painted the pan they made out of the shovel by the fire.

Created by Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Irelys, Sa’Riyah, Jadiel

Title: My Troops are Starving!

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Morristown, NJ Washington’s Headquarters

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Our group drew George Washington and his wife Martha. The snow is falling on the cabins and George Washington is angry because his troops are in the cabins cold and hungry.

Created by Renaissance One School of Humanities, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Bryce, Ian, Jyon

Title: The Ford Mansion

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Washington’s Headquarters, Ford Mansion, Morristown, NJ

Materials and techniques: Tempera Paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We really liked painting the Washington Mansion because it was fun painting together.

About: We all painted the Ford Mansion where George Washington’s Headquarters were during the Revolutionary War, the mansion is in Morristown, NJ. We painted it snowing on the mansion.