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Winand Elementary student artwork on display
12/5/11

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Throughout the month of December, student artwork from Winand Elementary School is showcased at the Randallstown branch of the Baltimore County Public Library.

The works of art represent the lessons covered in art class during the fall.  The masterpieces include paper constructions, watercolors, crayon resist, graphic design, collages, and pen and ink observational drawings.  Techniques ranged from Van Gogh Paper Collage, Chinese Water Jars crayon resist, observational drawings of shoes done in pen and ink, Matisse inspired flower and pattern collage and paintings, Kente inspired paper weavings, and pop art prints in the style of Andy Warhol. 

Student artists are in grades:

5: Daisia, Tasia, Kaylee, Enoch, Courtney, Kelley, William, Nijah, and Rayshaun

4: Niara, Camiryn, William, Austin, Cherie, and Alex

3: Senaiah, Trinity, Chaya, and Eryca

2: Alan, Bryce, Michael, Jessica, Noveen, Melody, Omari, Eniyah, Emari, Isma, and Tanasia

1: Marvel, Michelle, and Karla

Kindergarten: Mason and Karis

Story submitted by Meghan Covert, Good News Ambassador and speech language pathologist at Winand Elementary School. Photos taken by Fiona Coulter, art teacher at Winand Elementary School.
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