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CES students learn to draw rhythm

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently learned how to draw rhythm in their artwork.

 

In Adrienne Hash’s art classes, second-graders drew rainforest scenes and learned how to draw in a way that catch’s the viewer’s eye.

 

They are also learning to create movement with artwork, such as fruit falling from a tree.

 

Hash talked to students about Henri Rousseau, who was a French post-impressionist painter known for his jungle scene paintings.

 

Because there is often lots of rhythm in the jungle, Hash asked her students to create their own rainforest scenes.

 

CES second-grader Alex Wilson draws her rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Alex Wilson draws her rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Jazzlyn Cox colors her rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Jazzlyn Cox colors her rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Kae’vin Spaulding colors his rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Kae’vin Spaulding colors his rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Cayton Lawhorn colors his rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Cayton Lawhorn colors his rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Hayden Maupin colors his rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Hayden Maupin colors his rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Evan Cundiff colors his rainforest scene.

CES second-grader Evan Cundiff colors his rainforest scene.

 

CES second-grader Braxton Agee holds his finished rainforest drawing.

CES second-grader Braxton Agee holds his finished rainforest drawing.

 

CES second-graders Ava Ellis, at left, and Keely Rakes work on their rainforest scenes.

CES second-graders Ava Ellis, at left, and Keely Rakes work on their rainforest scenes.

 

CES second-grader KayLee Lamer smiles as she colors her rainforest scene.

CES second-grader KayLee Lamer smiles as she colors her rainforest scene.





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