The ARTSWorks show was held at the Guntersville Museum on April 26, 2015. Winners from Albertville Primary School in the K-2 Division are shown below. This show featured student artists from various schools and private studios in Marshall County. Six winners were announced in each division of the show.
Fine Arts Night at A.P.S. was a blast for first graders and their families on Monday night and second graders and their families on Tuesday night! The pictures below show art stations set-up in the lobby for students to create visual art during the event. Student artwork was showcased in the lobby and displayed in the 1st and 2nd grade hallways for parents to view.
Second grade art students are drawing and painting roosters in art class. Take a look at a few of the finished works of art in this "Rooster Parade!" Please view the previous entry to see these artists at work on their roosters.
Second graders are busy in the art studio mixing colors of paint to complete their rooster paintings. They have studied primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, neutral colors, how to mix intermediate colors, and create tints and shades of colors. Take a look below to see these artists at work.
First grade art students have been learning about the artist Vincent Van Gogh. Students viewed many of his works and in particular his Sunflowers. Vases containing sunflowers were set-up in the classroom for students to observe as they began to paint their own still life arrangement of these bright "sunny" flowers.
Ramona is an art teacher in her thirty-fourth 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.