Our Kids have been hard at work helping to create priceless,
one-of-a-kind works of art to enhance your home or our school!
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Potato-stamped tissue and watercolor on canvas. Kindergarten students put their stamping abilities to work, using a variety of materials from potatoes, pen caps, and kitchen utensils, to stamp tempera paint patterns onto tissue paper. Children stamped to their hearts content, creating mini masterpieces which were then mod podged onto stretched canvas and accented with blue watercolor pieces.
Longboard Skateboard. This sweet sidewalk-surfer skateboard was hand-shaped by a Hills first grade parent, then hand painted in SurfRider orange and blue by both first grade classes! When the paint dried, the pros at McGills Skate Shop took over, adding clear grip-tape to the deck, super-durable and responsive Independent Trucks, and smooth rolling 70mm wheels. Cruise in style with the 1st Grade Longboard Skateboard!
Corn Hole. Help the kids & get everyone’s favorite game at the same time? Yes! Win-win with the Second Grade Corn Hole set! Handmade right here in San Diego by the experts at Bag Toss, Inc., & the bold chevron patterns painted by our second graders, then sealed with multiple coats of clear polyurethane to ensure years of fun! Legs fold down flat for easy storage and transport, and the eight beanbags store in a handy cinching backpack. Turn fun into an art-form with the 2nd Grade Corn Hole set!
Art is for Everyone. This project introduced the Third graders to Keith Haring, a contemporary artist. Following Haring’s iconic pop art figure style, each child was traced in their own movement pose: dance poses, sports poses, and everything in between. Their poses were then shrunk down and arranged on canvas. The children then drew around their body and investigated using patterns and line. This striking piece will be a pop art favorite for years to come!
The Power of Words.
All For One and One for All.
Words to Change the World. The sixth graders combined their doodle art pieces to form a beautiful piece of representative words that they feel can change the world. Hot air balloons float into the sky in this inspirational work of art that is sure to be a conversation starter at any gathering!