Monday, October 3, 2011

kandinsky, gainer, and zamorano?

Check it out!
Primary grade students in Boston did a project that was influenced by Kandinsky, Lee Gainer, and the work of our very own Zamorano student artists!

The kids in Boston approached the project in a similar way to our Zamo students, but their great teacher Rachel added recognizing and working with 2d and 3d shapes.
Very cool, perhaps our Zamo students should be thinking about some sort of art exchange with their counterparts in Boston... even though the Patriots beat the Chargers... again:(


  1. This post is so great Mr. Masse- thank you for sharing! I wish we were a little closer, I would love to visit your classroom! If I ever get to San Diego, I'll be stopping by. :)

  2. I love this art piece. How are the paper tubes secured to the flat construction paper? What types of papers were used to create the circles?

    1. Jennifer, the tubes are made of leftover construction paper. They are glued together with gluesticks. The tubes were then glued to the backing paper by dipping one end of the tube in elmers glue and placing in on the paper:)