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CES students study balance in artwork

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently studied balance in artwork.

 

To illustrate the concept, art teacher Adrienne Hash showed students artwork that looks balanced on both sides.

 

To make their own balanced artwork, students created a monoprint by spreading three colors of paint on a piece of paper and then folding it.

 

After moving the paint around with their fingers, students opened their papers to see the paint was evenly distributed on each side.

 

After the paint dried, students took their monoprints and added a face to them to make monsters.

 

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash gives kindergartener Madison Haywood some paint to make her monoprint.

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash gives kindergartener Madison Haywood some paint to make her monoprint.

 

CES kindergartener Aubrey Allen smiles as she opens her monoprint.

CES kindergartener Aubrey Allen smiles as she opens her monoprint.

 

CES kindergartner Addison Beckley looks at her monoprint.

CES kindergartner Addison Beckley looks at her monoprint.

 

CES kindergartener Gabriella Tate opens her monoprint.

CES kindergartener Gabriella Tate opens her monoprint.

 

CES kindergartener Leah Covey opens her monoprint.

CES kindergartener Leah Covey opens her monoprint.

 

CES kindergarteners Cloud Malone, at left, and Keagan Shearer open their monoprints.

CES kindergarteners Cloud Malone, at left, and Keagan Shearer open their monoprints.

 

CES kindergartener Quincy Travis looks at classmate Justice Nelson’s monoprint.

CES kindergartener Quincy Travis looks at classmate Justice Nelson’s monoprint.

 

CES kindergartener Quincy Travis reacts as he opens his monoprint, with classmate Justice Nelson looking on.

CES kindergartener Quincy Travis reacts as he opens his monoprint, with classmate Justice Nelson looking on.





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