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CMS art students study surrealism

Campbellsville Middle School art classes recently learned about surrealism.

 

In Jo Ann Harris’s art classes, students learned about Salvador Dali, who is known for his work in surrealism.

 

Surrealist work features unexpected objects placed together, painted in unnerving and illogical ways.

 

Dali is known for painting animals with very long legs and other exaggerated features.

 

After studying the surrealism movement, Harris asked students to choose an animal and create their own artwork in that style.

 

CMS sixth-grader Graci Crews colors her animal, drawn in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS sixth-grader Graci Crews colors her animal, drawn in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

CMS fourth-graders Cody Agee, at left, and Zeke Harris draw their animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS fourth-graders Cody Agee, at left, and Zeke Harris draw their animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

Sydney is deserving of this award because despite being exposed to new and rigorous course materials in her AP Geography class, she has met every challenge head on and continues to work extremely hard to main her grades in the course. Aside from her academic performance, she has demonstrated a genuine interest in course content through inquisitive questioning, investigative work outside of the classroom, and creative projects that have been assigned throughout the year.  As a teacher, I appreciate her approach to my class and couldn’t be more proud of a student!

CMS fourth-grader Deanna Reardon colors her animal scene in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

CMS fourth-grader Kaitlyn Keith colors her animal scene in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS fourth-grader Kaitlyn Keith colors her animal scene in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

CMS sixth-grader Zavian McColley colors his animal scene in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS sixth-grader Zavian McColley colors his animal scene in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

CMS fifth-grader Kylee Cox colors her animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS fifth-grader Kylee Cox colors her animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

 

CMS fifth-grader Arisha Francis colors her animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.

CMS fifth-grader Arisha Francis colors her animals in Salvador Dali’s style of surrealism.





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