Albertville Primary hosted two "Night of the Arts" celebrations on Monday and Tuesday night. Students and their families were invited to see the art on display in the lobby gallery and classrooms; as well as, create some art at art stations. The event concluded with students singing patriotic songs on stage for their family and friends.
Observing an array of bakery cupcakes in the art room, second graders drew and chalk colored their own versions of the delicious sweet.
Several students had their art selected to represent Albertville Primary School in the 2017 ARTS--All County Art Show held at the Guntersville Museum on April 23. Please view the slides below to see the outstanding artwork by our students.
Two nights of art & music is enjoyed by students, parents, and teachers at Albertville Primary School!
Inspired by artist John J. Audubon, second grade students use blending and layering techniques with chalk pastels to create amazing flamingos.
Several second grade classes learned about the artist Vincent Van Gogh. His Sunflowers painting, along with a room full of silk sunflowers donated by our PTO, were the inspiration for the drawings below.
Author: Ramona Hall
Ramona is an art teacher in her thirty-third year with the Albertville City School System. Presently, she teaches first and second grade students. She is a native of Linden, Alabama and a 1985 graduate of the University of Alabama. Mrs. Hall was named Alabama Elementary Art Educator of the Year 2011 and the Alabama House and Senate honored her with a House Joint Resolution for earning Albertville Chamber of Commerce's 2011 Educator of the Year.