Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Itscel, Julissa, Raynert

Title: Taboo Experiments

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

Theme: Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: We brainstormed and expressed different ideas. We started off by utilizing the canvas provided for us. One member of our group sketched our painting. We then used acrylic paint and a variety of brushes. We all had a role in the actual painting of our canvas. There were usually two people from our group painting, making sure we were keeping a good pace in order to finish.

Did you enjoy this project? Working on this project was a great opportunity. We were able to learn more about of the world’s greatest icons. We were also able to interact with one another and create ideas. We then took our ideas and translated it into the canvas and we all partook in the painting. Overall it was an enjoyable, fun, learning experience.

About: When we were presented with the opportunity to create a painting on Thomas Edison, it was a great honor. However, we felt it was necessary to do extensive research on Edison to truly comprehend all the attributions he has made. We learned about his experiments and even details about his personal life that we weren’t aware of prior to research.

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Victor, Brian, Amyre

Title: Thomas Edison: Experience of Electricity

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

Theme: Thomas Edison

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Faith and Carolyn

Title: Edison’s Weekly Herald

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

About: As a teenager, Edison ran a small stand by the railway where he sold candy, fruit, and his own newspaper.

Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Valeria and Kinza

Title: Telegraphic Thoughts

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

About: Thomas Edison’s experience as a telegrapher.

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Isaiah, Jensy, Christopher, Ashlly, Sharayale, Maryanna

Title: Thomas Edison Inventions

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

About: Thomas Edison – Inventions through research and analyzations.

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Kyzir and Anthony

Title: A Voyage to the Moon

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

About: Thomas Edison pirating movies (A Trip to the Moon in particular).

Created by Manchester Regional High School, Haledon, NJ

Artists: Amber and Mariah

Title: Thomas Edison’s Lab

Teacher: Mrs. Hernandez

About: Thomas Edison built his first lab at age 12.

Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Ronny, Iesha, Rahmir, Luis, Jose, Maria, Michael, D’angela, Neil, Jordan, Fralin, Sarita

Title: A Motion Picture Of Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Motion Picture Camera

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker, and a magazine.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, this was a class project and we enjoyed working on it and knowing we were going to have our work on display outside of school. We feel we are famous.

About: As a class we researched Thomas Edison and as a class we drew out our deign and wrote facts about Edison in a collage style of art.

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Victor, Aidia, Gabriela, Alnisa, William

Title: Things You Don’t Know About Thomas Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Thomas Edison through Our Eyes

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker, colored pencils, crayons, glitter glue, and sticker letters.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we did. We feel we are a good group of students that work well together. We add our own drawing styles in a piece and having a masterpiece in the end.

About: As we researched on the computer about Edison we created a collage of images about Edson and added in facts about him.

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Arianna, Jahmir, Sharlyn, Akhoury, Abrham, Bryanna, Jasmine

Title: Edison’s Forms of Communication

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Communication

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker glitter glue, crayons, and colored pencil.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we did. We enjoyed this project so much and this is our last year so we are upset but glad we got this opportunity to participate in the Dream Rocket Project.

About: As a group we decided to research Edison’s inventions and come up with a shorten time line of images through time starting with Edison’s telegraph and moving into the year 2000 with smart phones. Our main focus was to see all ways of communication.

Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Quashon, Beyonce, Elias, Isabella, Ricky, Sandra

Title: Things You Didn’t Know About Thomas Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Inventions

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker, crayons, glues, glitter glue, and stencils.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, as a group within our class we came up with a nice way to put our piece together. We liked to blend our colors together to create our background and then having Edison’s inventions bold. We found out a lot more about Edison that we didn’t know.

About: While doing our research we decided to make a collage of some of the inventions Edison created. We added facts about Edison also.

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Emoni, Nyronda, Andy, Travon, Mileidi, Zymir, Nicolas

Title: Things You Didn’t Know About Thomas Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Inventions

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker, crayons, glitter glue, and Elmer’s glue.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we were excited as a class to be broken up into two groups so we worked in small groups on our project sharing our ideas together to make a great piece of art.

About: While doing our research we decided to make a collage of some of the inventions that Edison created. We also added facts about Edison.

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Sandra, Cameron, Joshua, Janilynne

Title: Wizard of Menlo Park

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Inventor

Materials and techniques: Watercolor, Crayola Twistables, color pencils, and marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we did. We were a small group from our class that our teacher picked to create the art piece. Although we are all good friends we also work well together in creating this project.

About: Our piece is all quotes by Thomas Edison. We picked the quotes that we felt inspired us most. We found out that Thomas Edison was called the wizard of Menlo Park in our research so we wanted that to be bold and stand out in our artwork.

Created by Norman S. Weir School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Andrew, Juan, Ashanti, Mendely, Stephanie, Alexander, Alani, Fransico, Jalil, Giselle, Elias, Deasia, Williams, Fernando

Title: Things You Didn’t Know About Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Norman

Theme: Inventor

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, marker, magazine, glues, glitter glue, magazines, colored pencil, and crayon.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we did. Our teacher brought in her acrylic paints for us to use and some other materials of her own to help make our projects great. We love acrylic paints and hope to use them again.

About: Our art work is a collage all about Thomas Edison and his life. We used acrylic paints for the first time with this project. We never knew some of the other things Thomas Edison invented and glad we were a part of this project.

ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Created by ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Artists: Green, Yellow, and Red Groups

Title: What we didn’t know about Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Perez

Theme: Edison

Materials and techniques: Mixed Media.

Did you enjoy this project? This was the first experience for at risk youth to participate. They did well when handed information rather than seeking information.

About: Basic facts about Edison from several biographies.

Created by ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Artists: Green, Yellow, and Red Groups

Title: What we didn’t know about Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Perez

Theme: Edison

Materials and techniques: Mixed Media.

Did you enjoy this project? This was the first experience for at risk youth to participate. They did well when handed information rather than seeking information.

About: Basic facts about Edison from several biographies.

Created by ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Artists: Green, Yellow, and Red Groups

Title: What we didn’t know about Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Perez

Theme: Edison

Materials and techniques: Mixed Media.

Did you enjoy this project? This was the first experience for at risk youth to participate. They did well when handed information rather than seeking information.

About: Basic facts about Edison from several biographies.

Created by ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Artists: Green, Yellow, and Red Groups

Title: What we didn’t know about Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Perez

Theme: Edison

Materials and techniques: Mixed Media.

Did you enjoy this project? This was the first experience for at risk youth to participate. They did well when handed information rather than seeking information.

About: Basic facts about Edison from several biographies.

Created by ICAN, After School Art Program, Chandler, AZ

Artists: Green, Yellow, and Red Groups

Title: What we didn’t know about Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Perez

Theme: Edison

Materials and techniques: Mixed Media.

Did you enjoy this project? This was the first experience for at risk youth to participate. They did well when handed information rather than seeking information.

About: Basic facts about Edison from several biographies.

Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Created by Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Artists: Kylie, Victoria, Kelsey

Title: True Colors of Edison

Teacher: Mr. Tripaldi

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Pencil, paint pens, acrylic paint, tempera paint, water color paint, water, and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was a great experience, thank you for this opportunity.

About: Our view on this art project is the thought process that may have gone through Edison’s head on some other inventions he is not as famous for such as the moving picture camera, the phonograph, and the voice recorder (the three inventions we included in our project.) We also included two of his quotes around the border of our abstracted Edison’s face. And the background represents Edison’s imagination, his colorful side while the rest of his outer appearance is dull, through the project. We feel this painting shows how bright imagination can be!

Created by Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Artists: Danielle, Morgen, Reem

Title: Sunset Lighting

Teacher: Mr. Tripaldi

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Paint, watercolor paint, paint markers and pencils.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we really enjoyed the opportunity and the experience working on this project for a great cause. It was a lot of fun working together on this project. We are happy with the way in which our painting looked once we finished.

About: Our artwork is about the inventions of Thomas Edison, mainly the camera. We placed the camera by a window with a sunset to give a colorful atmospheric effect. We added the gears at the bottom of the painting to symbolize the mind of Edison was always in motion and thinking of new scientific and technological ideas and objects that would benefit our society.

Created by Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Artist: Julia

Title: Magnificent Music

Teacher: Mr. Tripaldi

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, stencils, and paintbrushes.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. This project was very fun. I enjoyed painting on the fabric.

About: Thomas Edison’s phonograph: Out of many inventions I thought the phonograph was the most interesting. I do not know why, but this creation really stuck out. The words around the edge of the fabric represent all of his hard work. “Imagine, Dream, Create and Inspire” in the middle of it shows how all of his hard work paid off. All creators / inventors have one thing in common, “Dare to dream it, work it, and achieve it.”

Created by Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Artists: Brylee, Kylee, Addison

Title: Patterns of Edison’s Inventions

Teacher: Mr. Tripaldi

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Pencils, rulers, tempera and acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we enjoyed working on this project. Thank you for such a great opportunity. We really had a wonderful time.

About: We focused on one of many of Edison’s inventions. We painted a pattern of colors within the background to symbolize the patterns of Edison’s thought process that must have been used to make such incredible and diverse inventions throughout his creative and scientific career.

Created by Nazareth Area Intermediate School, Nazareth, PA

Artists: Brianna, Ellyn, Ava

Title: Inventions after 1000 Tries

Teacher: Mr. Tripaldi

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, rulers, sharpies, and pencils.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we did. It was a lot of fun and we enjoyed working together on this project.

About: Our artwork is about Thomas Edison’s inventions. We thought it would be nice to each choose an invention. So, we each drew and painted a different invention. We know that to make things you use mechanics so we added gears to the painting to enhance it.

Thomas Edison Intermediate School, Westfield, NJ

Thomas Edison Intermediate School, Westfield, NJ

Created by Thomas Edison Intermediate School, Westfield, NJ

7th Grade Artists: Sophia, Chloe, Adrianna, Carly and 8th grader Heloise

Title: Thomas Edison’s Family Home

Teacher: Mrs. Frees

Theme: History

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artists: Gabe, Zach, Kendra

Title: Topsy

Teacher: Mrs. Wane

Theme: Thomas Edison

Topsy (circa 1875 – January 4, 1903) was a female Asian elephant put to death at a Coney Island, New York amusement park by electrocution in January 1903.

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artists: Kristy, Christie, Kathleen, Evelyn

Title: Michigan (Birthplace of Edison)

Teacher: Mrs. Wane

Theme: Thomas Edison

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artists: Sam and Zoe

Title: Ideas

Teacher: Mrs. Wane

Theme: Thomas Edison

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artists: Grace, Natalie, Matt

Title: Inventing through the Seasons

Teacher: Mrs. Wane

Theme: Thomas Edison

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artists: Kim, Jacquie, Kristen

Title: Soundless Intellect

Teacher: Mrs. Wane

Theme: Thomas Edison

Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Devin, Marcus, Morgan, Justin, Grace

Title: Think

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Science / Technology

About: How we made our artwork was by first discussing what we were going to sketch and do. Then we started to sketch and go over our sketch using a mixture of toothpaste and aloe vera lotion in a squeeze bottle. After the toothpaste mixture dried, we started to paint. We had scratching tools to get the toothpaste off. What we made was a person that was frustrated that his computer wasn’t working. Our theme was “Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”. We showed that by having a man sitting in a chair looking at his computer in frustration. The cord that is unplugged causing the computer not to work is twisted to look like it spells “think??” We also gave the person a speech bubble that reads “UUGGAHH”. The computer cord means to think about WHY his computer is not working. The computer reads “ERROR”. They all mean something.

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Elijah, Kylie, Ayush, Luke, Julia, Anastasia

Title: Teamwork on a Rainy Day

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Imagination

About: To make this art we used paper, paint, paint brushes, clay tools, lotion and toothpaste. The theme of our art is “Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”. We showed this theme by painting two people using an umbrella to stop themselves from getting wet in the rain. The umbrella in the painting shows how it could save the people from the rain, which is clever. The umbrella is ingenuity and the rain is adversity.

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Nate, Hunter, Skylar, Bella, Donjeta, Alyssa

Title: An Artist’s Life

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Science / Technology

About: Our artwork was based off the theme; Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”. We made our artwork by using pencils, a soft piece of paper, paint, a secret mixture with lotion, toothpaste and aloe vera and clay tools. Before we did this, we had to come up with ideas on what our artwork could be. Then we came up with the idea of making a painter showing ingenuity. Our theme was about the painter thinking; “How can I make my painting better?” We showed this by making him have a thought bubble saying, “?”. You can tell that he was an artist because artwork was around him. We are very proud about our artwork.

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Tyler, Finbar, Irene, Kevin, Juliet

Title: The Robot

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Science / Technology

About: “Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”, said the art teacher. We had to express ingenuity in the face of adversity in art. We got into groups and the teacher read us how these soldiers used tools in ways that were unusual. For example they used shovels as frying pans. After that we got into our groups. First we thought of what to do. Two of the students in the group had an idea. We couldn’t decide so we took a vote. Then the robot idea won. It is about this person who makes a robot machine to do his homework. Then the robot failed. Now he is going to have to fix it. There is a book about robots he is going to use. Next, we sketched the robot and everything else. Then we used a mixture the teacher made. It is toothpaste and Aloe Vera lotion in a bottle. We traced over the pencil marks. Next we painted the picture with acrylic paint. Finally the teacher washed off the toothpaste mixture. Our beautiful art was done. Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Robert, Ciaran, Madison, Koral, Emma

Title: Monkey

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Conservation

About: For the NASA Spaceship Project, our theme was, “Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”. This means clever in the face of odds against you. For our project we used a combination of toothpaste and aloe vera lotion. First, we started brainstorming our ideas, then we started to sketch and then we painted. In our artwork we showed a monkey who needs a home because a tiger is chasing the monkey. The monkey looks at a tree and pictures this tree to be his home. In conclusion, the overall structure was made by fifth grade creative students.

Created by Riverdale Public School, Riverdale, NJ

Artists: Matthew, Alex, Hailey, Nexhat, Gianna, Joelle

Title: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Teacher: Mrs. Goldberg

Theme: Conservation

About: The materials we used during the project was a combination of Aloe Vera hand cream and toothpaste, pencils, acrylic paint and a canvas. First we brainstormed. We hit a couple of bumps in the road but prevailed nevertheless. Then we sketched with some more bumps but we finally got it. Next we put our sketch on the canvas. After, we put the combination on the lines. Last we painted and made it look great; not perfect, because it’s not supposed to be perfect. Overall, our theme was “Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity”. To show this we showed a person going against the current, reaching out to grab someone’s hand. That showed our theme by stating, “no matter what you will find a way”.

Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Created by Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Artists: Lauren and Mikai

Title: Reach for the Stars

Teacher: Mrs. Rodriguez

Theme: Determination

Created by Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Artists: Eric and Maya

Title: Lightbulb

Teacher: Mrs. Rodriguez

Theme: Beauty

Created by Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Artists: Melanie, Donna, Carlos

Title: The Giving Tree

Teacher: Mrs. Rodriguez

Theme: Giving is the key to life.

Created by Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Artists: Natalie and Justin

Title: Plague Doctor

Teacher: Mrs. Rodriguez

Theme: Innovation in the sight of adversity.

Created by Bergen Arts & Sciences Charter School, Hackensack, NJ

Artists: Justin, Nathalie, Korrynne, Joshua, Keyla, Lauren, Mikai, Donna Fey, Melanie

Title: Eyes of the Beholder

Teacher: Mrs. Rodriguez

Theme: Equality

Materials and techniques: Mixed media.

About: Body acceptance.

Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

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Created by Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Artist: Vamsi

Title: The Tower of Dawn

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Colored pencil and yarn.

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

About: It is about a boy who had to figure a way out to get to the top of the tower so that he could look upon the world.

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Artist: Brigid

Title: Steve Jobs Story

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Collage with marker and Modge Podge.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I enjoyed it a lot!!

About: This is about how Steve Jobs was able to fight his way back to the company that he created.

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Created by Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Artists: Gillan and Ranya

Title: Creative Thinking

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, tissue paper, Modge Podge, sand, plastic, marker, fabric, yarn and glitter.

Did you enjoy this project? It was so much fun working with one another and all of the different materials.

About: Harry Potter had to overcome great obstacles and think creatively in order to defeat the powerful and evil Voldemort.

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Artists: Kylie and Sophia

Title: Battle of the Dragons

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Colored pencil, paint and yarn.

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

About: This is about how each Dragon has to overcome the harsh conditions that the other dragon needs to survive.

Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

Created by Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

Artists: Chelsea and Olivia

Title: Hard Hearing

Teacher: Mr. Schilling

Materials and techniques: Materials used were: charcoal, graphite, t-bags, black Sharpie, black and red construction paper, on the provided canvas.

Students created a wash using the t-bags to create a historical feel to the canvas. One student hand-wrote the letters as another filled in the canvas with the portrait of Edison when he was older. Once they were finished, they both worked on creating the small cardinal that is singing in Edison’s ear and added any necessary decorations.

Did you enjoy this project? Both students and teacher enjoyed working on this project. This project provided some insight into the life of Edison and I personally learned a lot about Edison that I did not know about before. The students were having fun using techniques that they did not have an opportunity to try before and they were completely free to choose the materials they needed to represent their message.

About: This composition was about how Edison could hardly hear, as he once said, “I have not heard a bird sing since I was twelve years old.”

Created by Roxbury High School, Succasunna, NJ

Artists: Chelsea and Olivia

Title: Railroad

Teacher: Mr. Schilling

Materials and techniques: Map of the train line, gesso, black Sharpie, red sharpie charcoal.

Charcoal was used to create an image of Thomas Edison when he was younger. Gesso was used as the foundation for the writing of the quote. Red sharpie was used to outline the Port Huron to Detroit line.

About: This composition was about how Thomas Edison worked on the Port Huron to Detroit train line when he was twelve years old.

PPS#24 / The Fine and Performing Arts Academy, Paterson, NJ

PPS#24 / The Fine and Performing Arts Academy, Paterson, NJ

Created by PPS#24 / The Fine and Performing Arts Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Marquise

Title: Edison, The Greatest Inventor of All Time

Teacher: Mrs. Lipari

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, felt, string, marker, glue and photocopies of images of Edison’s notes.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I got to experiment with mixed media and learn about Thomas Edison.

About: When I started to research Thomas Edison, I was amazed at the amount of inventions he created. I pictured him surrounded by all of his notes and inventions. The gears represent his mind constantly at work.

Created by PPS#24 / The Fine and Performing Arts Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Marquise, Jasmill, Valentina, Ashley

Title: Edison’s Talking Doll

Teacher: Mrs. Lipari

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was it was fun working together and learning about Edison’s doll.

About: When we were researching Thomas Edison, we came across his talking doll. We were able to listen to what the dolls actually sounded like, and it was creepy! We found out that the voice recordings sounded this way because the wax that was used in making them melted in shipment and it caused the voice to sound scary. We understand why it wasn’t one of his successful inventions, we wouldn’t want a doll that sounded like that either!

Lester C. Noecker School, Roseland, NJ

Lester C. Noecker School, Roseland, NJ

Created by Lester C. Noecker School, Roseland, NJ

Artists: Chloe, Christine, Dina, Jasmine, Kat, Keri

Title: Fibers & Facts

Teacher: Mrs. Kiernan-Goffan

Theme: Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: Fabric, yarn, acetate, sharpie, paint, glue, and scissors.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was great to each make a piece that became part of a bigger artwork.

About: This artwork is about showing people new facts about the famous inventor, Thomas Edison.

Created by Lester C. Noecker School, Roseland, NJ

Artists: Ava, Bret, Danny, Paul, Pavlos

Title: Fibers & Facts 2

Teacher: Mrs. Kiernan-Goffan

Theme: Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: Fabric, acetate, yarn, glue, sharpie, felt, scissor.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we collaborated and used everyone’s ideas in one artwork.

About: We made an artwork of little known Thomas Edison accomplishments.

Paterson Public School #26, Paterson, NJ

Paterson Public School #26, Paterson, NJ

Created by Paterson Public School #26, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Alayna

Title: Thomas A. Edison: Did YOU Know?

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? I really enjoyed completing this artwork. I learned alot of interesting information about Thomas Edison that I had never learned before.

About: My artwork focuses on some information that people may not know about Thomas Edison. I painted a picture of the Edison Lightbulb Statue in Edison, New Jersey. I also included an image of the Grand Trunk Railroad Newspaper that he was selling when he was 12 and I also wrote Marry Me in Morse Code because he proposed to his 2nd wife in Morse Code.

Created by Paterson Public School #26, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Jerome

Title: Spoken By A Genius

Teacher: Mrs. Moschberger

Theme: Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? I enjoyed working on this project very much.

About: I painted a picture of Thomas Edison in the center and surrounded it with some quotes that he said in his lifetime. Some of the quotes people have heard before and maybe did not realize they were said by Thomas Edison.

Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Created by Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Victor, Jadalyn, Javier, Ernesto

Title: Yankee Stadium Fireworks

Teachers: Mrs. Petsu-Lagunes and Mrs. Francess

Theme: Things You Didn,t Know About Edison

Materials and techniques: We used paint, felt, ribbon, burlap, marker, and fabric scraps.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working together on this project and felt the end result was very successful.

About: Thomas Edison helped supply building materials to construct Yankee Stadium. The fireworks over the stadium represent his favorite holiday, the Fourth of July. He even made his own fireworks.

Created by Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Emily, Yadhira, Yasmeen, Amr

Title: Glenmont – Buried in the Backyard

Teachers: Mrs. Petsu-Lagunes and Mrs. Francess

Theme: Things You Didn’t Know About Edison

Materials and techniques: We used paint, felt, fabric and glue.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved working on this project and loved the finished piece.

About: Our project was about where Thomas Edison is buried and how he died. He is buried in the backyard of his own house Glenmont in West Orange, NJ. He died of diabetes at the age of 84 on October 18, 1931. Our project symbolizes the front of his house with his tombstone. We used felt and paint to create his house. We put flowers on the grass to honor him. Thomas Edison is so important to us now because he earned a record number of 1,093 patents and was the driving force behind such innovations as the phonograph, the brilliant light bulb, and one of the earliest motion picture cameras. Furthermore, he created the world’s first industrial research laboratory. Without his inventions, we would have been so lost!

Created by Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Casandra, Jaynelle, Carlos, Scarlette

Title: Thomas Edison Saves Kid From Train

Teachers: Mrs. Petsu-Lagunes and Mrs. Francess

Theme: Things You Didn’t Know About Edison

Materials and techniques: We used fabric, felt, burlap, glue and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Our group enjoyed working on this project and using materials that were new to us.

About: When Thomas Edison was fourteen and was walking with his friend to the railroad at Port Huron, Michigan they noticed a young boy in danger of being hit by a train. Thomas managed to save the young boy who was called Jimmie MacKenzie and was only three years old at the time. We wanted to inform people about this little known fact and to represent Edison’s kindness.

Created by Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Christian, Robert, Jeremy, Roy, Reinaldo

Title: Electrocuted Elephant

Teachers: Mrs. Petsu-Lagunes and Mrs. Francess

Theme: Things You Didn’t Know About Edison

Materials and techniques: We used paint, felt and fabric scraps.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project and found it very challenging.

About: There are so many facts about Thomas Edison but one of his questionable actions was testing electricity for science on an elephant. On January 4, 1903 Thomas Edison tied the elephant with large ropes to a steam powered winch with poison and electrocution planned for good measure. Our painting represents what happened that day to the elephant.

Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Danielle

Title: Involve Me

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and yarn.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes I liked painting in a different syle than I am used to.

About: This painting was about the man “Thomas Edison” I chose to paint a silhouette of the inventor. My painting is bold and has crisp clean lines.

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Ariam

Title: 99% Perspiration

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, very much.

About: My artwork was about Thomas Edison’s invention of the lightbulb. It was about color and blending. I incorporated a quote by Edison to connect the painting to Edison.

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Patricia

Title: Light

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was my first painting.

About: My painting is about light, color and patterns.

Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Created by Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Artists: Danae and Sabina

Title: The Many Aspects of Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Colletto

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: We used paint pens, acrylic paint, embroidery thread, and tule to illustrate his many achievements.

Did you enjoy this project? It was a lot of fun, because we got work with mediums we usually never use.

About: Our artwork encapsulates the highlights of Edison’s accomplishments in his life. For example, he minimal public education and the first patented electric pen. His three months of education are symbolized in the red x-mark across the graduation cap, and he books at the bottom the canvas are there to illustrate how Edison had one of the largest research libraries. Edison was known worldwide for the developed technology used for the speaking dolls.

Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Created by Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Artists: Kylee, Samara, Leo

Title: Schoolhouse

Teacher: Mrs. Bondi

Theme: Education

Created by Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Artists: Hailey, Johnathan, Christian, Travis

Title: Light Bulb (Sign language)

Teacher: Mrs. Bondi

Theme: Education

About: Students decided to show Thomas Edison’s greatest invention “the light bulb” in sign language since he was partially def.

Created by Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Artists: Katelyn, Linette, Vanessa, Rachelle

Title: Edison’s Inventions

Teacher: Mrs. Bondi

Theme: Science / Technology

Created by Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Artists: Stephanie, Jorge, Paris, Kelvin

Title: No bath till July

Teacher: Mrs. Bondi

Theme: Health

About: The students decided to have their art work reflect how Thomas Edison did not take a bath very often.

Created by Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School, Jamesburg, NJ

Artists: Summer, Ryan, Jonathan, Ethan

Title: Cartoon Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Bondi

Theme: Science / Technology

Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Created by Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Artists: Nicole and Meriam

Title: Edison and His Eggs

Teacher: Mrs. Colletto

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: The materials we used were feathers, fabric softener sheets, acrylic paint, printed fabric, and paint markers. Our main technique was painting and pasting the materials onto the canvas fabric provided.

Did you enjoy this project? We did enjoying working on this project because it gave new insight on who Edison was growing up as a kid.

About: Thomas Edison was a brilliant inventor who spent all of his life analyzing how things worked. Even when he was young he was curious about how chickens hatched their eggs, so he went into his brother’s barn and tried to hatch the eggs by sitting on the eggs himself.

Created by Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Artists: Enrique, Diana, Okechukwu

Title: Edison’s Lab

Teacher: Mrs. Colletto

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Thomas Edison

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and pencils.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. We did the project for Art Club and enjoyed getting together to come up with new ideas.

About: People know about the light bulb but not about all of the other interesting things he invented. We wanted to show him working in his lab.

Created by Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Artists: Ashleigh, Katie, Kasey

Title: Hello

Teacher: Mrs. Colletto

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: We used paint, paint markers, and fake hair which was pasted on the doll’s head.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we enjoyed working on the project because it was interesting and unique having to create a doll.

About: It’s about Thomas Edison’s strange love for pie, and the technology used to create a new doll that spoke. He’s also with credited starting the trend of answering the phone with hello.


Created by Edison High School, Edison, NJ

Artists: Danielle, Gabrielle, Alina

Title: Cats in July

Teacher: Mrs. Colletto

Theme: Things you didn’t know about Edison

Materials and techniques: We used acrylic paint, embroidery thread, paint markers, and fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we did. We enjoyed working together as a team and the collaboration needed to complete it.

About: We found that Edison used to take videos of cats boxing with his new enhanced movie camera. The fireworks are meant to signify his love for the fourth of July.

Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Created by Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Artist: Katie

Title: Quiet Love

Teacher: Mr. Kupcha and Mrs. Russo

Theme: Personal Life

Materials and techniques: Acrylic wash and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? I loved working on this project it helped me learn many new things about Edison and new art techniques.

About: My artwork is about the unique relationship between Thomas Edison and his Wife. They communicated through Morse code and shared other unique little secrets. Their love was out of the ordinary and truest inspiring the little things

Created by Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Artist: Taylor

Title: Broken Music

Teacher: Mr. Kupcha and Mrs. Russo

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Pastels and water.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was fun to discover new ways to manipulate the colors and pastels to create what I wanted.

About: My artwork represents how classic music and ways of listening to music has been changed and in some ways destroyed over the years. My phonograph has pieces removed and shifted in order to show that.

Created by Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Artist: Pranathi

Title: A Legend’s Model

Teacher: Mr. Kupcha and Mrs. Russo

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Glue resist and watercolors.

Did you enjoy this project? I enjoyed and learned something more about Thomas Edison. In addition, I learned how to use glue or wax to make a batik painting. Working on this painting and knowing that it might be displayed in an exhibit fills my heart with joy. I am extremely grateful for having this opportunity and for having my teacher, Mr. Kupcha, help me with my painting by giving advice and letting me participate.

About: This artwork is about how Edison’s model of a concrete house. During Edison’s time period, multiple people thought his idea wasn’t going to be successful which made them ignore his model. Even though Edison’s idea of having concrete houses failed during the 20th century, it did show that no matter how many times he failed, he didn’t give up. The idea of having concrete houses was ahead of his time however, it’s extremely popular nowadays. The different colors used to portray the concrete house was because people have different ideas. The colors represent the various ideas that Edison had throughout his time. Even though not many of his ideas worked, he had experience in multiple topics or subjects. It doesn’t matter if I was successful or not, the fact that I learned to use different materials to create something does.

Created by Branchburg Central Middle School, Branchburg, NJ

Artists: Kristen and Colin

Title: Failure is Not an Option

Teacher: Mr. Kupcha and Mrs. Russo

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project because we had the freedom to choose what we wanted to do, and how we wanted to do it, We also enjoyed working together as a team on the project.

About: This painting is about Thomas Edison shows how he failed many times but, did not give up. This is an important message because it shows that young believers should always try their hardest and never give up, even if they fail. We can relate to this piece because one time we failed a test but on the next one we studied and got a good grade.

Hillsborough High School, Hillsborough, NJ

Hillsborough High School, Hillsborough, NJ

Created by Hillsborough High School, Hillsborough, NJ

Artist: Namra

Title: Edison’s Mind

Teacher: Mrs. Wight

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Marker and water color.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: The accomplishments of Thomas Edison.

Created by Hillsborough High School, Hillsborough, NJ

Artist: Savannah

Title: The Handy Thomas Edison

Teacher: Mrs. Wight

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Created by Dr. Hani Awadallah School, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Rama, Shahd, Mohammad, Qassam, Bassam

Title: Thomas Edison in Sign Language

Teachers: Mrs. Petsu-Lagunes and Mrs. Francess

Theme: Things You Didn’t Know About Edison

Materials and techniques: We used felt and cut out the hand signals used in sign language to spell his name. We added details with paint and oil pastels.

Did you enjoy this project? Our group really enjoyed working together on this project.

About: Our artwork is based on the little known fact that Thomas Edison was deaf. He went partially deaf when he was young due to a high fever but lost the rest of his hearing after a train accident.

Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Mia C., Megan, Kristi, Mia L.

Title: Where We Fought For America

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on it a lot. We like what the artwork represents and we also improved our painting skills while working on it. It was fun to work together with our friends and to learn about the history of our country.

About: This artwork represents the freedom that American soldiers fought for. The soldiers were willing to endure very harsh conditions to stand up for what they believed in. This nation started as only 13 colonies and today is the greatest country in the world.

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Isabella, Samantha D., Lidia, Kirsten

Title: Celebrating the National Park Service

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We had so much fun working on this all together. Everyone in our group did an awesome job painting this to look exactly like the NPS logo. We liked mixing our own paint colors too- our favorite is the turquoise in the background. We hope everyone will visit and support this country’s national parks because they will be inspired by our painting.

About: Our artwork shows the symbol of the National Park Service. We love the national parks and some of us have visited a few of them. We enjoyed learning about the creation and the history of the National Park Service, and we were proud to learn that the first National Historic Park is so close to our hometown in New Jersey. We wanted to simply celebrate what an amazing organization the National Park Service is.

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club Member: Grace

Title: Welcome to Jockey Hollow

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? I loved working on this project. I think I improved my painting skills in using clean lines for some of it, and more expressive painting for the trees. The National Park Service is all about preserving nature so that people can enjoy it for years to come, so that’s why I wanted to show the park as a beautiful place that people can go to relax and be in nature.

About: My painting shows the entrance to the Jockey Hollow Park in Morristown, NJ. It is a beautiful park to be in with lots of nature surrounding it, so I wanted to showcase that in my painting. I like to make my artwork as realistic as possible, so I used an actual photograph of the entrance to try and make my painting accurate.

Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Chloe, Skyler, Julia, Aubrey

Title: Soldiers Winter of 1779

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working on this project a lot. It was fun to collaborate with our classmates and come up with ideas together. We also all got to work on individual elements and we’re proud of how it came out.

About: This artwork depicts the huts where the American Revolutionary War soldiers survived the coldest winter in recorded history, the winter of 1779-1780. The huts are located in Jockey Hollow Park, within the Morristown National Historic Parks system, and they are still intact today.

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Rocco, Carlee, Kye, Evan, Abby

Title: Face Off at Fort Nonsense

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved working on this. We had fun bouncing ideas off of each other for how to depict the theme. We think that this accurately shows the conflict and struggle between the American and British forces. We liked using the metallic paint to show the metal of the cannon as well.

About: This artwork represents the struggle that occurred between American and British soldiers when this nation fought for its freedom in the 1770s and 1780s. Below the silhouettes of the soldiers is the cannon that is still located at Fort Nonsense in Morristown, NJ.

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Ashley, Emily, Samantha

Title: The Light Within

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? It was interesting to work together to produce an artwork that more abstractly represented what the American soldiers were facing at the time. We wanted it to show that they had to be very resourceful and hold the light of faith inside of them in order to survive. All of us played an equal role in bringing the whole artwork together- from brainstorming ideas to mixing paint colors. We are very proud with the finished piece.

About: Our artwork shows all of the resources and skills that American Revolutionary soldiers had to use to survive the winter in Morristown, NJ. We used a candle to represent the idea of ingenuity and having to be clever in hard times. All of the words we chose represent the things the soldiers had to use to their advantage when facing such adversity.

Created by Hackettstown Middle School, Hackettstown, NJ

After School Art Club: Karyna and Olivia

Title: The Ford Mansion in Spring

Teacher: Mrs. Shunk

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint and canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved working on this painting. We are so proud with how it came out because it looks just like the Ford mansion. When we think of George Washington, we think about Washington DC, and it always looks so beautiful there when the cherry blossoms are blooming, so that’s why we painted cherry blossoms around the house.

About: Our artwork shows the home of the Ford family in Morristown, NJ. General George Washington used the home as his headquarters during the Revolutionary War. We thought it was really generous of the Ford family to give up their home to a bunch of soldiers, but it’s what any true American would do.

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.

Westside Campus High School, Newark, NJ

Westside Campus High School, Newark, NJ

Created by Westside Campus High School, Newark, NJ

Artists: Cordell, Jaheem, Axelle, Nathan, Austin, Safiah, Kayla

 

Teacher: Mrs. Marinaro

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Evolon supplied, pencil, color pencil, pastel, tempera and rubbing plates. Drawing, cross hatching technique, and paint overlay.

 

Did you enjoy this project? Absolutely!!!! Great theme.

About: The class enjoyed exploring the camp situation for the families involved with the men fighting in the revolution. New Jersey towns all contributed to the success of the troops during the revolution. The discomfort for the people in the harsh, undeveloped, and very combatant environment led us into questioning the role women would have participated in supporting the revolution. A Madonna and child was a spiritual embodiment of men praying for success while the women would have mended, cooked, sewed, knit and cared for the sick. Having no idea what the future outcome of the revolution would be created the fortune tellers hand because of the earth, water, fire and air elements available to army. The camp watcher surrounded by snow, his men in the distance with a colonial eagle frame representing the 13 colonies was a stereotype of the revolution. Jockey Hallow and Contribution were observations.

Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Created by Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Artists: Eun-Soe, Karla, April, Ryan

Title: Into the Night-Adrift

Teacher: Mrs. Harrington

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes

About: Loneliness of war.

Created by Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Artists: Erin and Ryan

Title: In the Woods

Teacher: Mrs. Harrington

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: The loneliness of war.

Created by Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Artist: Deborah

Title: Heading Home

Teacher: Mrs. Harrington

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Revolutionary soldiers going home, after a scouting mission or battle.

Created by Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Artists: Elora and Karla

Title: Dreaming of Home

Teacher: Mrs. Harrington

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Revolutionary soldier dreams of the home and family he left behind and hopes to return to someday.

Created by Leonia Middle School, Leonia, NJ

Artists: Simon and Thomas

Title: Aneurismic Society

Teacher: Mrs. Harrington

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity.

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: It’s about what’s left after the warring ends.

Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Created by Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Artists: Adriana, Joselyn, Castro, Jezabel, Katie, Stephanie

Title: Importance of Morristown

Teacher: Mrs. Bartlett

Theme: Representing Others

Materials and techniques: Tempera paint, transfer paper, Sharpie markers, watercolor paint, tape, pencils, sponges, newspaper, paintbrushes and water. A major technique that my group used was mainly dabbing the paint brush with the paint.

Did you enjoy this project? My group did enjoy working on this project, but had technical difficulties collaborating with each other. Collaboration was a major issue because everyone would get frustrated with each other. When we had trouble with collaborating we all needed a break since everyone was frustrated, especially when it came to finishing the project.

About: My group’s artwork is about the importance of Morristown from when many people died because of a pathway going through war. Our artwork now shows how it looks like today and a little memory for all the soldiers that died.

Created by Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Artists: Adriana, Hailey, Erika, Julie, Yameliz, Brian

Title: America’s Victory

Teacher: Mrs. Bartlett

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Paintbrushes, tempera paint, art toothbrushes, water paint, tape, and pencil.

Did you enjoy this project? I think that my group liked working on this project we can learned from each other out different style in art. I also liked working with my group because we used communication at all times while working on the project.

About: We picked this theme because we wanted to show America’s victory during war on July 4, 1776, the war between America and the British .We also wanted to show that America is strong and will always will be when we unite and work all together.

Created by Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Artists: Lizbeth C., Lisbeth M., Jaylie, Yocelyn

Title: Morrisscape

Teacher: Mrs. Bartlett

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Chalk pastel, blending in the colors to make it seem realistic. With the chalk pastels, we experimented on paper first so we can see what type of color we wanted to make. Shading to make it look more realistic.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we completely enjoyed it! We loved coming together to create something that can make it catch the viewer’s eyes. We also came together as a group with different techniques and ideas and decided to bring our skills together. So it was a great experience working with people who have different ideas, skills, techniques, and different forms of using chalk pastel. We had a blast using the chalk pastel and coming together as friends.

About: Our artwork consists of seeing the beauty in landscapes within the Morristown park. The history behind it can also make it more beautiful, to see that history throughout time can make something beautiful like Morristown. We are trying to make our viewers see the colors to represent the energy within the history, to make our viewers start thinking about every place because every place has history behind them.

Created by Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Artists: Rebeka, Martin, Laysha, Ashley

Title: Morristown Painting

Teacher: Mrs. Bartlett

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Tempera paints: (green, blue, red, gray, yellow, white, and army green.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we enjoyed doing this project because we discussed about techniques and how to do the project and we learned from this experience. It helped us grow our knowledge in painting and techniques how to make a landscape.

About: We painted a landscape in Morristown. This artwork shows Morristown National Park in 1933. There is a cabin and a trees around it. Since men from the army were at war they built cabins and homes so they can rest somewhere. This takes place during spring and there is a river.

Created by Passaic Gifted and Talented Academy, Passaic, NJ

Artists: Jhamil, Januel, Alexis, Ariel, Leandry

Title: No longer united

Teacher: Mrs. Bartlett

Theme: Freedom

Materials and techniques: Paper, pencil, Sharpie marker, and chalk pastel.

Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Created by Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Artist: David

Title: Camping on the Roof in the Flood

Teacher: Mrs. Van Handle

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Watercolor paints, spray bottle and Sharpie marker.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: When life leaves you in a flood head to the roof and make it a camping adventure!

Created by Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Artist: Kara

Title: Clever as a Fox (The tree as shelter)

Teacher: Mrs. Van Handle

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic and watercolor paints.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: In hard times you have to be clever like a fox to find shelter in nature.

Created by Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Artist: Ann

Title: The Whirlpool

Teacher: Mrs. Van Handle

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Watercolor paints and colored Sharpies markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: When you find yourself stuck in a whirlpool use a stick to navigate your way around the danger.

Created by Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Artists: Allie, Camryn, Ian, Celine, Gianna, Bella

Title: We are all connected when we turn to Nature

Teacher: Mrs. Van Handle

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Printmaking inks, foam printing plates made by each student, water color paint for background.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: In difficult times we need to look to the flowers for beauty, the sun for warmth, stars for guidance and all creatures great and small to coincide and thrive.

Created by Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, Parsippany, NJ

Artist: Charlie

Title: Nature Sport

Teacher: Mrs. Van Handle

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Sharpie markers and sprayed liquid watercolor paints.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: Working with nature to find ways to play games and enjoy life in hard times.

Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Created by Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Artists: Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade Class

Title: Dove #2-“Peace and Love”

Teacher: Mrs. Berry

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, and paint markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: This artwork is about the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Both these great men strived for peace and equality for all. Each of the 5 doves were created in collaboration with Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade class at Whittier Elementary School, all sharing their ideas and creating a beautiful work of art.

Created by Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Artists: Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade Class

Title: Dove #5-“Be the change you want to see in the world”

Teacher: Mrs. Berry

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, and paint markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: This artwork is about the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Both these great men strived for peace and equality for all. Each of the 5 doves were created in collaboration with Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade class at Whittier Elementary School, all sharing their ideas and creating a beautiful work of art.

Created by Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Artists: Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade Class

Title: Dove #1-“Sharing is Caring”

Teacher: Mrs. Berry

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, and paint markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, they had an amazing time

About: This artwork is about the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Both these great men strived for peace and equality for all. Each of the 5 doves were created in collaboration with Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade class at Whittier Elementary School, all sharing their ideas and creating a beautiful work of art.

Created by Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Artists: Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade Class

Title: Dove #4-“Peace Emojis”

Teacher: Mrs. Berry

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, and paint markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: This artwork is about the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Both these great men strived for peace and equality for all. Each of the 5 doves were created in collaboration with Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade class at Whittier Elementary School, all sharing their ideas and creating a beautiful work of art.

Created by Whittier Elementary School, Teaneck, NJ

Artists: Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade Class

Title: Dove #3-“Anchor of Peace”

Teacher: Mrs. Berry

Theme: Peace

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, and paint markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: This artwork is about the messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Both these great men strived for peace and equality for all. Each of the 5 doves were created in collaboration with Ms. Colahan’s Third Grade class at Whittier Elementary School, all sharing their ideas and creating a beautiful work of art.

Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Ariam

Title: Look Within

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, very much.

About: My artwork was about Thomas Edison’s invention of the lightbulb. It was about color and blending. I incorporated a quote by Edison to connect the painting to Edison.

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Juan

Title: Live and Muertos

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? I loved working on this project

About: This painting is about life and death. It is about taking a look inside of your soul.

Created by Don Bosco Technology Academy, Paterson, NJ

Artist: Danielle

Title: Survivor

Teacher: Mrs. Kaminski

Theme: Health

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I loved it.

About: This painting was about overcoming obstacles and persevering. My painting tells a story about struggle and how unfair yet beautiful life can be.

Woodland Elementary School, Plainfield, NJ

Woodland Elementary School, Plainfield, NJ

Created by Woodland Elementary School, Plainfield, NJ

Artists: 5th grade students

Title: Bright Ideas

Teacher: Mrs. Mitta

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Canvas, paint and Sharpies markers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: How bright ideas can save your life in an emergency.

Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA

Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA

Created by Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA

Artists: Elly, Ishir, Rishi

Title: Animals helping Soldiers

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: A variety of fabric, felt, glue, and Duct tape.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. It took us 2 days to complete the project. On the 1st day, the kids created a forest out of forest-related fabric, stacking them one on top of the other. On the 2nd day, they brainstormed how soldiers could have built a log house city with only a limited supply of tools. The local animals were a huge help.

About: The kids thought of unique ways to build a camp using the resources of the forest and nearby farms. Soldiers would use tools that were available, like an axe. If the right tool was not available, one of the soldiers would trade with a nearby farmer. The animals helped. Oxen and bulls are strong; they can pull down trees. The beaver, once caught in a net, would obligingly cut down as many trees as needed. The soldiers lived in tree houses as they were far superior to log cabins. From the high vantage point, soldiers could spot the enemy approaching.

Created by Pottstown Community Arts, Pottstown, PA

Artists: Avery, Brooke, Rishi

Title: From a Forest to a Camp

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: A variety of fabric, felt, glue, and flowers.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. It took us 2 days to complete the project. On the 1st day, the kids created a forest out of forest-related fabric, stacking them one on top of the other. On the 2nd day, they brainstormed how soldiers could have built a log house city with only a limited supply of tools. The young lady artists asserted that help from the neighborhood girls was the key to success.

About: The kids thought of unique ways to build a camp using the resources of the forest and nearby farms. Soldiers would use tools that were available, like an axe.
Local women, with flowers in their hair, helped cut the trees down. Although 1 log cabin was drawn for the soldiers to live in, it was quickly agreed upon that tree houses were better. The soldiers did not need to trudge through the knee-high snow.

Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artists: Aamir and Sadip

Title: Nightfall

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: Waterfalls and night / National Parks

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artists: Ujjayi and Sandy

Title: Inspire Ingenuity

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity / National Parks

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artists: Pam and Vjjayi

Title: This We’ll Defend

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: National Park Colonial Militia Adversity

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artists: Ananya and Sumeyye

Title: Sunset Waterside

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: National Parks Adversity

Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artist: Sudip

Title: The Great Mountain Range

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: Mountains and Valleys / National Parks

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artist: Meghan

Title: Humming Birds

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: National Parks: Adversity

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artist: Aamir

Title: Sunset Evening

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: Sunset and Water / National Parks

Created by Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School, Somerset, NJ

Artist: Neel

Title: Saving Nature One Animal at a Time

Teacher: Mrs. Moya

Theme: Overcoming Adversity / National Parks

Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artist: Christie

Title: Something Else Is Out There

Teacher: Mrs. Stock

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of adversity.

Created by Hackettstown High School, Hackettstown, NJ

Artist: Nathan

Title: Imagination

Teacher: Mrs. Stock

Theme: Ingenuity in the face of Adversity.

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes and No. It was different. Working on a larger scale was hard.

About: This piece, to me, is about the cross between reality and fantasy. When I am coming up with an idea and being imaginative, I find that my mind gets lost in the clouds and I wanted to try and represent that through this painting.

Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Created by Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Artists: Daniel, Michael, Dorothy

Title: Finding the Cure

Teacher: Mrs. Mazziotta-Walter

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, tissue paper, drawing paper, sponge, glue, and cotton batting.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we enjoyed it and were challenged by working in a group setting.

About: We thought about how so many people died throughout history from diseases ordinary as the common cold. This caused us to think about how someone was inspired to create medicine and the steps that he took in order to achieve success.

Created by Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Artists: Jordyn and Kelly

Title: Rainy Day

Teacher: Mrs. Mazziotta-Walter

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, sequins, and pencil.

Did you enjoy this project? This project brought us out of our comfort zone and challenged us to use new techniques.

About: Even though the rain is coming down, she can enjoy it using her umbrella.

Created by Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Artists: Audrey, Emily, Dylan

Title: The Climb

Teacher: Mrs. Mazziotta-Walter

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed working together as a group.

About: Our artwork is about the journey to overcoming difficulty and not having to do it by yourself.

Created by Harmony Township School Teen Arts, Phillipsburg, NJ

Artists: Megan and Kinsey

Title: The Seamstress

Teacher: Mrs. Mazziotta-Walter

Theme: Imagination

Materials and techniques: Tempera and acrylic paint, fabric, craft sticks, tissue paper, wire, glue, and thread.

Did you enjoy this project? This project challenged our creativity because we had to work with a specific theme.

About: While her husband goes off to war, the mother doesn’t have enough money for clothing for her children so she makes their clothing out of old clothes.

Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Created by Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Artists: Vikash and Sihan

Title: The Movie of Colors

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Pencil and paint.

Did you enjoy this project? It was a lot of work but it was also a lot of fun!

About: This artwork is about how the idea of color is bringing life and happiness to everyone who is struggling in the world.

Created by Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Artists: Ella, Taylor, Ava

Title: Winter in the City

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, collage, colored pencil and chalk.

Did you enjoy this project? This project was awesome. We were able to research, plan and create our own artwork by working together.

About: Winter can be a tough time for people to survive. There are some people who are down on their luck or might not have all of the things that we have. This picture is about them trying to make it through a cold and stormy winter.

Created by Van Hoten School, Bridgewater, NJ

Artists: Carolina, Olivia, Liana

Title: Ring of Fire

Teacher: Mr. Goteiner

Theme: Ingenuity in the Face of Adversity

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, soft pastel, marker, colored pencil, star stickers and plastic.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we really enjoyed working on this project.

About: This girl has protected herself from the dangers and unsafe conditions around her through a protective circle of water.

 

Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Created by Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Title: Untitled

Teacher: Mr. Freeman

Theme: Point of View

Created by Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Artist: Todd

Title: Untitled

Teacher: Mr. Freeman

Theme: Point of View

Created by Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Artist: Alexia

Title: Life in the Eyes

Teacher: Mr. Freeman

Theme: Point of View

Created by Gwynn Park High School, Brandywine, MD

Artist: Danielle

Title: Claw in the big City

Teacher: Mr. Freeman

Theme: Point of View – superhero themed

T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artist: Madelynn, grade 3

Title: Aaron Burr, Traitor

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriot or Traitor?

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, I really liked working on this painting!

About: I painted Aaron Burr because he was the 3rd Vice President of the United States and a traitor. He tried to sell Louisiana for money and ships to the British.

Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artists: Autumn, Megan, Makayla, Julia

Title: Home of the Brave, Land of the Free, Old Glory!

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriot or Traitor?

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint, and a sea sponge technique in the sky.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we did.

About: Our artwork is a picture of the American Flag when it represented the thirteenth colony, and had thirteen stars. We felt that our flag says “Patriot” better than anyone or anything else. It symbolizes our freedom, the blood shed to make our country free.

Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artists: Madison, Anthony, Britney, Rian

Title: Thomas Jefferson, Patriot

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriot or Traitor?

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? We loved working on this project, and gave up many recesses to do so!

About: Thomas Jefferson was our third President. He was a very important part of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson was a patriot.

Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artists: Maggie, Tabitha, Lindsay

Title: George Washington, our First President, with his Horse

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriots and Traitors

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes we did. It was a learning experience as well, learning about George Washington, as well as learning how to draw a horse!

About: We chose George Washington because he is our first president. We felt he was a great example of patriotism.

Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artists: Rory, Olivia, Kathryn

Title: Benedict Arnold, Traitor

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriot or Traitor?

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we loved it!

About: My artwork is a picture of Benedict Arnold, who was a traitor to our country. He switched sides and fought for the British!


Created by T.C. Martin Elementary School, Bryantown, MD

Artists: Gabrielle, Ara, Mason

Title: Paul Revere

Teacher: Ms. Belmore

Theme: Patriot or Traitor?

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint; and a sea sponge for sponging the ground.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, we loved it!

About: Our artwork is about Paul Revere’s ride through Boston. He warned everyone that the British were coming! He was a patriot.

James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Favorite Food – can be a Pont of View

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Good Morning USA – sunrise is a point of view.

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: People Around the World get Together

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: All the Community Comes Together

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Favorite Foods Picnic

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Sunrise and Sunset are a Point of View

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Tacos on the Run – Foods can be a Point of View

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Sunrise, Sunset in the Solar System

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Food Blitz

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Sweet Trests

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

Created by James McHenry Elementary School, Lanham, MD

Artists: Third graders at James McHenry

Title: Planets can influence Your Point of View

Teacher: Mrs. Peckham

Did you enjoy this project? Canvas and tempera paint.

About: Point of view of influences of how you or others see the world.

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