Campbellsville Middle School art students recently designed their own buildings and then made them out of paper mache.
In Jo Ann Harris’s art class, students studied how form follows function.
Harris asked students to create a building that is shaped like its function, such as a pet store in the shape of a dog or a sporting goods store in the shape of a baseball bat.
When their designs were finished, students made their buildings by using newspaper and paper mache.
CMS sixth-grader Zamar Owens creates his paper mache building.
CMS eighth-grader Blase Wheatley makes his paper mache baseball bat.
CMS eighth-grader Christina Gilmerr makes her paper mache building.
CMS sixth-grader Leah Parker, at left, and Adrianna Sluder make their paper mache buildings.
CMS eighth-grader Haley Lopez makes her paper mache building.
CMS eighth-graders Chloe Cox, at left, and Alanna Atwood make their paper mache buildings.
CMS eighth-grader Jonathan Sparks makes his paper mache building.