Even while learning from home, Broadalbin-Perth students have been showing their creative artistic talents during their art classes. Completed artwork would normally be showcased throughout the school for staff, students and visitors to enjoy. But of course, this year has been anything but “normal.” Please check out our “B-P Virtual Student Art Gallery,” which will showcase pieces of art, completed by our B-P students.
This week’s gallery showcases artwork from Mrs. Carroll’s Studio Art Class. Students were taught the basics of one-point perspective, which is a drawing technique used to create the illusion of a three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface. Students also used radiant and tonal shading and some students highlighted color schemes.
“We are still learning, still thinking, and still creating art,” Mrs. Carroll said. “Maybe not the same way that we used to, but it is happening! I am very proud of my students.”