Zootah at Willow Park Zoo

Zootah at Willow Park Zoo

Zootah at Willow Park Zoo

Logan, UT

Exhibit: April 1, 2017 – July 31, 2017

Theme: “The extremes of alien life forms.”

Sponsor: ATK, Utah

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park

Exhibit: August 1 – September 30, 2017

Art due: June 20, 2017 (postmark date)

Theme: “Strength in Diversity”

Theme summary: New Bedford’s diversity is legacy of ‘Whaling History’ and a belief in ‘Progressive Values’. The question is how will that diversity alter the future of the city from this point on? Will New Bedford’s diversity strengthen our future or divide the city?

Exhibit location: New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, 33 William St., New Bedford, MA 02740 https://www.nps.gov/nebe/index.htm

Thomas Stone National Historic Site

Thomas Stone National Historic Site

Thomas Stone National Historic Site
Exhibit 2
Port Tobacco, MD

Exhibit: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Art due: March 15, 2017

Theme: “Point of View”

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park

Exhibit: February 3 – April 2, 2017

Theme: What dreams we have and how they fly.

All of the art is on display at the Paul Laurence Dunbar house which is located at 219 N. Paul Laurence Dunbar St., Dayton, OH 45402.

The main visitor center for Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is located at 16 S. Williams St., Dayton, OH 45402.

Rhode Island State House

Rhode Island State House

Rhode Island State House
Providence, RI
Sponsor: Roger Williams National Memorial
www.nps.gov/rowi

Exhibit: August 1 – September 30, 2017

Art due: June 20, 2017 (postmark date)

Theme: Dangerous Opinions

Theme summary: In Massachusetts in the 1600s, Roger Williams thought there was a better way to do things. Williams felt the government could control what people did, but not what they thought or believed. The government got its power from the people. For the people in Massachusetts, these ideas were ‘new and dangerous’ and Roger Williams told he must leave. So he did, and in 1636 founded Rhode Island on these very same dangerous ideas.

Get a downloadable version of this theme at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3VmmD_bi9xPSDBpWFRzTkJPYmM/view?usp=sharing

Exhibit location: Rhode Island State House, 82 Smith Street, Providence, RI 02903

Exhibit organizer: IFC Project’s The Dream Rocket Project. If you have any interest in learning more about this program email Jennifer@thedreamrocket.com.

Thomas Edison National Historical Park

Thomas Edison National Historical Park

Thomas Edison National Historical Park
West Orange, NJ

Exhibit: June 4 – September 4, 2017

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Art Due: April 17, 2017

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison.

Exhibit location: Thomas Edison National Historical Park. 211 Main Street, West Orange, NJ 07052

 

BHS Drawing & Painting

BHS Drawing & Painting

BHS Drawing & Painting students collaborated and created group projects for inclusion in the 2017 Dream Rocket Project exhibit. The theme of this year’s project is Dawn of the Next Generation: Regenerative Design. The work will be on display at the 3rd Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historic Site Art Exhibit in Hyde Park, New York from April 1 – May 31.

Students were asked to explore the National Parks System through an interactive tour on The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks System https://artsandculture.withgoogle.com/en-us/ Groups decided on a theme and imagery pulling inspiration from the National Parks System and utilizing NPS Ranger Uniforms, which had been retired and given new life in the students’ art work.

See original post at http://news.hamlethub.com/brewster/life/3956-dream-rocket-project-by-bhs-students

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammoth Cave, KY

3rd Program

Exhibit: February 1 – April 30, 2017

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Trebein Elementary School, Xenia, OH

Trebein Elementary School, Xenia, OH

Created by Trebein Elementary School, Xenia, OH

Artists: Eva, Emma, Macy, Skylar

Title: Cows and the Power of Flight

Teacher: Mrs. Lee

Theme: I’ll Have an Order of Lift with a Side of Cow

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, colored felt, Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. We enjoyed coming up with a plan and then implementing it.

About: Our artwork reflects the journey of Orville and Wilber Wright as they struggled to construct the first “airplane.” The reference to the cow is important because they practiced their flights on a field full of cows. They had to make sure the cows were herded to another area of the farm before they could test out their invention.

Created by Trebein Elementary School, Xenia, OH

Artists: Mio, Audrey, Kamiya, Nicole

Title: To the Moon and Back, The Journey of Flight

Teacher: Mrs. Lee

Theme: I’ll Have an Order of Lift with a Side of Cow.

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, colored felt, and Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we like working on a plan and then following through with the plan to create our artwork.

About: Our artwork reflects the journey of Orville and Wilber Wright and the accomplishments and contributions to flight that were made to finally reach the invention of the rocket. The reference to the cow is important because they practiced their flights on a field full of cows. They had to make sure the cows were herded to another area of the farm before they could test out their invention.

Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Cody and Draven

Title: Aerial Canyon

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Material and oil pastels.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Aerial Canyon is an abstract view of the Grand Canyon from an eagle eye view. It is organic and the colors represent the river flowing in the midst of the sides of the mesa.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Caitlin, Jalen, Kaleb, MaHailey

Title: Kaleidoscope Flower

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We chose to create a multi-colored tree-flower as the focus of our painting and that represents the beauty of the national park.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Allie, Alyssa, Trin, Tyler

Title: Nature’s Beauty

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We wanted to create a beautiful, serene landscape just to show the beauty of nature.

Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artist: Pam

Title: Green Is Serene

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Felt, material, and a sewing machine were used to create an appliquéd work of art.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: By using the complementary color scheme of red and green, a patterned, abstract artwork was created to complement (yet contrast) the beauty of nature.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Amy, Katelyn, Uta

Title: Mammoth Cave National Park

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Our group decided to focus on the beauty of our state’s Mammoth Cave National Park by creating a landscape that has been toured by millions of people world-wide. We are privileged to have our foreign exchange student visit the cave to view our exhibition.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Charity, Courtney, David, Hailey, Jessica, Sam

Title: Happy Birthday!

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We decided to celebrate the 100th birthday of the national parks across the USA by using the numbers 100 as our emphasis. We filled the canvas with animals and a stream that you might find in any national park.

Created by Hart County High School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Desiree, Leah, Mahlon, Matea

Title: Prayers for Gatlinburg

Teacher: Mrs. Glaab

Theme: My Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: During the time of this project, Gatlinburg was burning due to arson and our hearts were broken. We all have visited Gatlinburg and we created this artwork to commemorate the Great Smoky Mountains.

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.

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Andrew

Title: The Stair

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Lauren

Title: Foxy

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Faith

Title: Said Cricket

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave Natives

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artists: Destiny, Daisha, Julia

Title: Trilogy

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Rachael

Title: Lapse

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave National Park

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artists: Desive’ and Austin

Title: Fishy Fishy

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Beux

Title: Entrance

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Haley

Title: Mammoth Cave Entrance

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Alyssa

Title: Night Rift

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Kaylin

Title: Bobcat

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Wildlife

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Tisha

Title: Whats Within

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Harley

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Alexis

Title: Bat Silhouette

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, KY

Artist: Caylin

Title: Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Schmidt

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Stephen Bell Elementary School, Bellbrook, OH

Stephen Bell Elementary School, Bellbrook, OH

Created by Stephen Bell Elementary School, Bellbrook, OH

Artists: 2nd Graders

Title: Dreams take flight and so will we.

 

Teacher: Mrs. Taggart

Theme: Paul Laurence Dunbar and aviation.

Materials and techniques: 1. Students did simple line drawings with pencil. 2. Thin cotton fabric was laid on top of the drawing and traced with acrylic markers. 3. The fabric was then painted with acrylic paint and then cut out and glued in place. 4. All students participated in cutting hearts, stars and clouds from felt and used them to fill in open spaces.

 

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was wonderful to see 2nd graders so open to listening to the poem and sharing their ideas.

About: Stephen Bell Elementary is located near the city of Dayton, Ohio and Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Wright brothers are an important part of our community’s heritage. Second graders listened to the poem “Dreams” by Paul Laurence Dunbar and began sketching ideas of dreams floating across the sky. They then began to draw themselves floating with objects that take flight.

 

 

Fairview Pre K-6, Dayton, OH

Fairview Pre K-6, Dayton, OH

Created by Fairview Pre K-6, Dayton, OH

Artist: Demi

Title: Love

Teacher: Mrs. Adams

Theme: Have pen. will write.

Materials and techniques: I used pencil to draw it out and fabric markers and sharpies to add color. I left the background white so it looks like the book is floating, suspended in time.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I enjoyed reading his works and it was hard deciding which of his works to chose.

About: Paul Lawrence Dunbar’s Poem “Invitation to Love”. I did a book open to the page and wrote his poem on one side and drew a picture of the invitation being open day or night. True love is always available.

Created by Fairview Pre K-6, Dayton, OH

Artist: Aryunna

Title: Words

Teacher: Mrs. Adams

Theme: Have pen, will write.

Materials and techniques: Pencil, acrylic paint and Sharpie marker. I used some dry and wet brush techniques.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I enjoyed learning more about Paul Lawrence Dunbar and figuring out how to make the paint glide on the material

About: It is the cover of one of Paul Lawrence Dunbar’s books. The beauty of the words inside combined with the simple beauty of the cover.

Created by Fairview Pre K-6, Dayton, OH

Artists: Adrian and Hillary

Title: Taking Flight

Teacher: Mrs. Adams

Theme: I’ll have an order of lift with a side of cow.

Materials and techniques: Pencil, cow and plane references, and acrylic paint. We mixed paints to create the exact colors we needed and used wet and dry brush techniques.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we had fun trying to figure out how to draw a cow and where to place the cow and plane.

About: The Wright brothers flight over the cow pastures. We thought it was a funny theme and really liked planes and cows. We thought it was cool how they tested flights over a cow pasture.

Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Shelby and Emma

Title: Night Voyage

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dreams

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We worked together in school and after school.

About: The Voyage your dreams take you on at night.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artist: Tyrell

Title: Flight

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Flight

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? It was a lot of work.

About: Airplanes over the water.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Erin, Sam, and Sydney

Title: Silent Dreams

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dreams

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We had a great time working together.

About: Peacefulness of night.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artist: Rachel

Title: Day Dreaming Dragon

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dream

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? I learned how to paint with acrylic.

About: The mystery of Dragons sparked my idea of day dreaming along side my very own dragon.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Delaney and Briana

Title: Flower Girl

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dream

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: A girl made out of flowers dancing in a garden of flowers and making the flowers twirl around her.

Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Jesse and Dylan

Title: The Tree of Knowledge

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Symbolism and Knowledge

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil, graphite, and blue dry pastels.

Did you enjoy this project? It was a lot of work and took a lot of planning.

About: The Tree of Knowledge is made up of a large tree representing “The Tree of Life” and the prefixes, suffixes, pronouns, words with good and bad connotation, and fears to represent the language and knowledge of the world. The concept is based on a dream of world acceptance and understanding.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Callie

Title: Dream Weaver

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dreams

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paints.

Did you enjoy this project? I enjoyed creating a dream related painting.

About: Dream Weaver represents how dreams can begin as reality and then transform into surrealism.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Nina Lin

Title: Beauty Into the Sunset

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dream

Materials and techniques: Canvas and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Working on this painting was calming.

About: The swan is flying into the sunset and it’s shadow is blocking some of the color. I chose a swan because of their large size, elegance, and beauty.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Art Club Artists: Savannah, Jarek, Morgan, Cooper

Title: Words That Fly

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Writing in Flight

Materials and techniques: Felt, hot glue, and Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Students had a wonderful time learning about the themes and learning new techniques.

About: How your words can just fly out of your mind, on to the pages, and off into the sky like a plane. This work of art was created by Franklin Junior High’s MD Class.

Created by Franklin Junior High School, Franklin, OH

Artists: Franklin Junior High Art Club

Title: Quilted Dreams

Teacher: Mrs. Bender

Theme: Dreams

Materials and techniques: Felt, hot glue, and thread.

Did you enjoy this project? The club enjoyed the freedom to express themselves with a similar topic but in different ways.

About: Members of the Art Club each created a dream square inspired by dreams or flight.

Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Paige, Domenick, Skyler

Title: Cows on the moooooooove

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, Sharpie marker, and felt.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because it was fun.

About: Our piece illustrates how the cows needed to be moved for the Wright Brothers.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Allison, Sophia, Holly

Title: Home on the Range

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

About: My artworks shows a barn in a field where the cows were located.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Karlee and Mieke

Title: It’s not the pen that writes, it’s your heart.

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, sewing materials and found material.

About: The emotions that come from Dunbar’s writing.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Taylor and Brooke

Title: Cows in Trees

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and felt.

About: Cows escaped from the barn and they hid in the trees.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Jennifer, Grace, Ryann

Title: Taking to the Air

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

About: Dreams coming true through the lens of the Wright Brothers.

Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Sydney, Kassy, Lilly

Title: Lift Off

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and felt.

About: It is showing the plane taking off from the field.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artist: Shelby

Title: An Utter Disaster

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, sharpie, felt, and buttons.

About: The cow stole the airplane and is flying away with it as the Wright Brothers are chasing after it.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Anna, Marina, Sydney, Sabrina, Brian

Title: To the moooooooooon

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Lift with a side of cow

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and felt.

About: The cow is being shot out of a cannon and is trying to get over the moon.

Created by Miamisburg Middle School, Miamisburg, OH

Artists: Isabella and Kayleigh

Title: Typeputer

Teacher: Mrs. Newton

Theme: Have pen will write.

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, sewing materials, and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? yes, because it was fun.

About: It’s about the future vs. past. The future is represented by the computer monitor on the top half of the piece. The past is represented by the typewriter on the bottom half of the piece. The top half is colorful because it’s representative for the future and the bottom half is in black and white like the past.

East Dayton Christian School, Riverside, OH

East Dayton Christian School, Riverside, OH

Created by East Dayton Christian School, Riverside, OH

Artist: Megan

Title: Progression of Flight

Teacher: Mrs. Hooker

Theme: Flight

Materials and techniques: Photos and Mod Podge.

About: Megan went to the Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio to take pictures. She wanted people to see the progression of flight from the first flight to today through her photos.

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Abigail

Title: Wildlife

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Hailey, Tatum, Kaitlyn

Title: Camp trip to Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Caiden and Mason

Title: Bat Night

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Madison

Title: The Flower Maze

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Tristan, Ryan, Brayden

Title: Hiking by a Cliff

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Madison and Alex

Title: 2 deer

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Materials and techniques used: Pencil and oil pastels.

About: It’s about “My favorite National Park” theme. In the picture there is a doe and a buck. This is supposed to represent Mammoth Cave National Park.

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Addizan

Title: Camping in Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Jacinda and Kylie

Title: Deer Drinking from a Stream in Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Shelby

Title: Bike Riding in Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Cadence, Shelby, and Aaron

Title: Kayaking Green River

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Emily

Title: Mammoth Cave Wildlife

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: JR and Colin

Title: Snakes

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Connor

Title: The Deer

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Daniel and Aubrey

Title: From the Cave to the River

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artist: Mason

Title: Walking My Way

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Dillon and Aiden

Title: Park Ranger

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Kandence and Nike

Title: The Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Created by LeGrande Elementary School, Horse Cave, KY

Artists: Emily, Natalie, Kaydence, Shelby

Title: Cave Creatures

Teacher: Mrs. Matthews

Theme: Mammoth Cave

Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: Life in the Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: Life Above the Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: Down Below

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: The Historic Mouth of Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: Our Favorite Park: Mammoth Cave

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Created by Munfordville School, Munfordville, KY

Artists: Joshua, Aryonna, Aline, Debra, Brooklyn, Makayla, Macey, Krysta, Haylee, Audrey, Jaylynn, Ethan, Molly, Hannah, Sara

Title: From the New to the Old

Teacher: Mrs. Sims

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: We created monotype prints on fabric using acrylic paint, gelli plates and stencils. The cyanotype prints were made by mixing potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate together to make a light sensitive chemical that was brushed onto stretched fabric that was attached to a board in a dark room. Once the material dried it was placed in a black plastic bag until it was ready to be exposed to sunlight. The images that were used on the cyanotype prints came from the internet and were manipulated in the photo editing software, Pixlr. The images were converted into an old photograph and then the image was inverted to create a negative. This negative was printed on inkjet transparency paper and then the image was placed over the prepared fabric. It was taken outside and exposed in to the sun for 30-40 minutes. Then the material was taken inside and removed from the board it had been stretched on and washed to get the chemical out. Finally, the fabric was put in a water bath with hydrogen peroxide to stop the fabric from exposing any further. The last step in creating our pieces this year was to arrange all of the pieces that were created and then sew all of the pieces of fabric together.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on the pieces for Mammoth Cave and learning new ways to do printmaking.

About: Living close to Mammoth Cave National Park it is a treasure that many take for granted. The beauty that lies above and below the surface of the cave is breathtaking. The ecosystem of the cave and the wildlife and vegetation that make-up the park create a gem that we are blessed to have access to. In our pieces this year we wanted to showcase the complexity of Mammoth Cave National Park and the beauty of the cave, animals and plants. We wanted to show images that people would be familiar with, but to create them in a unique manner. We chose to create the images using cyanotype prints or more commonly known as “sun prints”. These images were sewn together with other pieces of fabric that had been printed using gelli plate to create monotype prints. The composition of the pieces shows the diversity of the park with its images, colors and textures.

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Created by Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Artists: 3rd & 4th Graders, CLCSD

Title: Solubility and Changes

Teacher: Mrs. Hoppe

Theme: Conservation

 

Materials and techniques: Water and solvent-soluble inks, muslin and recycled yarn.

The artists studied the solubility of different drawing and painting media then chose a favorite or a combination of preferred media to create their art. Once the inks and paints were dry on their paintings, the artists emphasized textures and key elements of their Mammoth Cave themed artwork with yarn and stitching.

Did you enjoy this project? The student artists are thrilled to be involved in this project and creating these fiber artworks. This is the second year this group of artists has created work for MCNP, and even as they were working on this year’s art, they were already planning their media and ideas for next year’s show. They have also been asking about other DRP opportunities they could participate in.

 

About: Mammoth Cave is a wonder of the world. This group of artists has researched and shown incredible interest in Mammoth Cave, this art show, and their fiber-based artwork for this show for their second year in a row. The Central Lyon 3rd and 4th graders have shown through art their diverse perspectives of both the vast and beautiful structure of Mammoth Cave or her countless visitors, explorers, and other inhabitants.

 

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Created by Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Artists: 3rd & 4th Graders, CLCSD

Title: Solubility and Changes

Teacher: Mrs. Hoppe

 

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Water and solvent-soluble inks, muslin and recycled yarn.

The artists studied the solubility of different drawing and painting media then chose a favorite or a combination of preferred media to create their art. Once the inks and paints were dry on their paintings, the artists emphasized textures and key elements of their Mammoth Cave themed artwork with yarn and stitching.

Did you enjoy this project? The student artists are thrilled to be involved in this project and creating these fiber artworks. This is the second year this group of artists has created work for MCNP, and even as they were working on this year’s art, they were already planning their media and ideas for next year’s show. They have also been asking about other DRP opportunities they could participate in.

 

About: Mammoth Cave is a wonder of the world. This group of artists has researched and shown incredible interest in Mammoth Cave, this art show, and their fiber-based artwork for this show for their second year in a row. The Central Lyon 3rd and 4th graders have shown through art their diverse perspectives of both the vast and beautiful structure of Mammoth Cave or her countless visitors, explorers, and other inhabitants.

 

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Created by Central Lyon Community School, Rock Rapids, IA

Artists: 3rd & 4th Graders, CLCSD

Title: Solubility and Changes

 

Teacher: Mrs. Hoppe

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Water and solvent-soluble inks, muslin and recycled yarn.

The artists studied the solubility of different drawing and painting media then chose a favorite or a combination of preferred media to create their art. Once the inks and paints were dry on their paintings, the artists emphasized textures and key elements of their Mammoth Cave themed artwork with yarn and stitching.

 

Did you enjoy this project? The student artists are thrilled to be involved in this project and creating these fiber artworks. This is the second year this group of artists has created work for MCNP, and even as they were working on this year’s art, they were already planning their media and ideas for next year’s show. They have also been asking about other DRP opportunities they could participate in.

About: Mammoth Cave is a wonder of the world. This group of artists has researched and shown incredible interest in Mammoth Cave, this art show, and their fiber-based artwork for this show for their second year in a row. The Central Lyon 3rd and 4th graders have shown through art their diverse perspectives of both the vast and beautiful structure of Mammoth Cave or her countless visitors, explorers, and other inhabitants.

Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Created by Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Art Club Artists: Serenity, Jessie, Kaitlyn, and Shelby

Title: Our Favorite National Parks

Teacher: Mrs. McCombs

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Evolon canvas and watercolor paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we enjoyed this project and can’t wait to see it on display.

About: We decided to divide this artwork into 4 spaces so each student could choose a National Park as their inspiration. The top left box is of Carlsbad Caverns, the top right box is Glacier Bay in Alaska, the bottom right box is Crater Lake, and the bottom left box is Saguaro National Park.

Created by Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Art Club Artists: Sarah, Lane, Trenton, Nivea

Title: Our Favorite National Parks

Teacher: Mrs. McCombs

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Evolon canvas, watercolor paint, and Sharpie markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we were all really excited to complete this project.

About: We decided to divide our project up into 4 spaces, with each of us choosing a National Park as our inspiration. The top left box is of the Great Smoky Mountains, the top right box is of Bryce Canyon, the bottom right box is Mammoth Cave, and the bottom left box is all of our signatures and the name of our organization.

Created by Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Art Club Artists: Erica, Anna, Victoria, and Maggie

Title: Our Favorite National Parks

Teacher: Mrs. McCombs

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Evolon canvas and watercolor paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we really liked researching the national parks and recreating our own take on them.

About: We divided our canvas into 4 equal boxes, and then each of us chose a National Park to represent in our box. The top left box is Glacier National Park, the top right box is the Grand Canyon, the bottom right box is Arches National Park, and the bottom left box is Congaree National Park.

Created by Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Art Club Artists: Brayden, Emalee, Ayden, and Corvain

Title: Our Favorite National Parks

Teacher: Mrs. McCombs

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Evolon canvas and watercolor paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we enjoyed this project and can’t wait to see it on display.

About: We divided our canvas piece into 4 equal boxes and each of us chose a National Park as our inspiration. The top left box is of Biscayne National Park in Florida Keys, the top right box is Hawaii Volcanoes, the bottom right box is of the Everglades, and the bottom left box is of Death Valley.

Created by Lawler Elementary School, Leitchfield, KY

Art Club Artists: Jake, Maurianna, Jax, Alyssia

Title: Our Favorite National Parks

Teacher: Mrs. McCombs

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Evolon canvas and watercolor paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: We divided our canvas into 4 equal boxes, with each of us choosing a National Park to use as our inspiration. The tope left box is Mammoth Cave, the top right box is Yosemite, the bottom right box is Mount Rainer, and the bottom left box is Yellowstone.

West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

Created by West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

Artists: Mrs. Olson’s 1st Grade Class 2016-2017

Title: Floating by the Milky Way

Teachers: Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Olson

Theme: Space

Materials and techniques: We used a combination of materials including; fabric, paint, and ink pens.

Did you enjoy this project? The students loved painting the background and seeing the project come together.

About: The students loved how colorful the Milky Way is and wondered what it would be like to see it up close. They decided the best way to see it up close would be if you were an astronaut.

Created by West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

Artists: Mrs. Slaymaker’s 5th Grade Class 2016-2017

Title: Exploring Halley’s Comet

Teachers: Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Slaymaker

Theme: Space

Materials and techniques: We used a combination of materials including; fabric, paint, and ink pens.

Did you enjoy this project? The students really enjoyed working on this project together.

About: Students were really interested in Halley’s Comet and wanted to illustrate it. They painted the comet on the fabric and added a space shuttle flying in front of it.

Created by West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

Artists: Mrs. Young’s 5th Grade Class 2016-2017

Title: Journey to the Moon

Teachers: Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Young

Theme: Space

Materials and techniques: We used fabric and ink pens.

Did you enjoy this project? The students really enjoyed working on this project together.

About: These students wanted to incorporate the earth and moon. They decided to represent the journey the astronauts would have to take from the earth to the moon.

Created by West Holt Public School, Atkinson, NE

Artists: Mrs. Kopecky’s 1st Grade Class 2016-2017

Title: Discovering the Moon

Teachers: Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Kopecky

Theme: Space

Materials and techniques: We used a combination of materials including; fabric, paint, and ink pens.

Did you enjoy this project? The students really enjoyed working on this project and seeing all of the pieces come together.

About: The students were recalling when Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon and decided they would like to illustrate that event. The students liked the idea of having the earth in the background so that it would remind people about the long journey the Apollo 11 had to take to reach the moon.

Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Alyssa and Liz

Title: Death Valley

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Favorite National Park

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Our interpretation of Death Valley National Park.

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Allrya, Anna, Zoe

Title: Big Bend

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Big Bend Nation Park.

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Norah and Bray

Title: The Waterfall Path

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: A combination of our favorite national parks!

Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Maggie and Abby

Title: The Great Waterfall

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Our ideal national park!

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Will and Eli

Title: Yellowstone

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Yellowstone National Park.

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artists: Hayden, Soe, Jacob

Title: Volcano

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques:

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Hawaiian volcanoes.

Created by Drakes Creek Middle School, Bowling Green, KY

Artist: Annabel

Title: Gateway to the West

Teacher: Mrs. Kilcoyne

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes!

About: Saint Louis Arch.

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