I’ve shared our finals process a few times previously, which you can read here. To explain briefly, though: Students are given their theme/subject/idea in advance, they make all necessary preparations, then they have the 95-minute period of time to create their artwork from beginning to end. I wanted to share, because I was once again impressed with what my kids were able to create in that short time period.
Drawing II had the theme of water. Anything was fair game, as long as it involved water in some way:
And somehow, Brooke managed to finish a batik piece in 95 minutes:
Pretty strong stuff, and I was happy to see such quality work.
Painting I had a choice of subject matter, but it needed to be presented as a monochromatic watercolor painting. I didn’t get enough pictures, but here’s the few I was able to capture: