As a part of the Art 3 digital photography unit, we have been exploring the creation of digital image transfers. Students started with original photographs that were digitally altered, then printed onto transfer paper, and finally transferred on to heavy weight art paper. Here are some of the stunning results!
Here are the rest of the 30 topics if you want to work on this assignment over Spring Break!
15 Blurred Background
17 Camera Protection
19 Sunrise or Sunset
22 Low Point of View
27 Up Close
30 Camera Tossing
The new exhibit in the GHS Art display case is a colorful combination of Art I name designs showing radial symmetry and Art II three-dimensional letters. Enjoy!
Art II classes are busy using thousands of tiny dots to produce realistic images of animals. Although the process is laborious and overwhelming, the results are fantastic and the students are proud of their efforts!
Art 3 students are working on a digital photography unit. Here are the first of 30 topics to be “shot” for this month long challenge:
Super Color Contrast
Subject’s Point of View
Students-pay attention to COMPOSITION and LIGHT! More of the 30 topics to come before Spring Break…
Eight of Mrs. Johnson’s art students are competing in the 2014 Congressional Art Competition! The work was delivered to Eric Cantor’s office last week. All entries will be displayed in the Richmond area and one first place entry from the region will be on display for one year in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.! Congratulations to the students from Goochland High School who had work submitted.