Drawing trees, birds and other flying objects  with observation as the inspiration.

Daniel

Serena

Daven

Arianna

Marcelo

Kala

Arianna

Rhegen

Warm and Cool Colors: the challenge was to use predominantly warm or cool colors. Children were introduced to drawing a grid with a ruler, then they painted their rectangles with watercolor paint.

Rhegen

Brandon

Kala

Ka"iwi

Brandon

Daniel

Daven

Kalia

Jenna


Kalia

Arianna

Daven

Daven

Serena

Jenna

Austin

Kala

Arianna

Rhegen

Coen: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.

Kala

Adair

Jaxson

Coen

Kala

Daniel

Austin

Jenna

Daven

Rhegen

Working with Symbols and Patterns: After identifying a variety of symbols and repeat patterns, children experimented with folded paper to create bands, and repeat symbols of their own choosing. (above)

Austin

Jaxson

Rhegen

Rhegen

Jaxon

Adair

Daniel

Adair

Austin

Arianna

Ka'iwi

Kalia

Serena: finalist in the "Inspired in Hawaii" Poster Contest.

Marcelo

Jenna

Adair

Kalia

Rhegen

Jaxson

Coen

Brandon

Coen

Austin

Daven

Arianna: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art," Fall 2015.

Daniel

Arianna

Adair

Marcelo

Butterfly Paintings: Watercolor butterflies in their habitats.

Austin

Rhegen

Coen

Marcelo

Coen

Jaxon

Kaimana

Adair

Brandon

Number Designs Using Oil Pastel Patterns: Students first painted their numbers with tempera paints and added their oil pastel designs.

Kala

Serena

Jenna

Rhegen

Brandon

Kaimana

Daven

Jenna

Daniel

Serena

Daniel:  chosen for publication in the Spring 2016, edition of  "Celebrating Art."

Kaimana

Arianna

Coen

Brandon

Marcelo

Kala

Inspired In Hawaii: The children designed posters to reflect good values in cooperation with Ms. Kurisu, HNS Chaplain. One of the most difficult aspects of the assignment, was to show both a problem and a solution in the poster.

Brandon

Serena

Coen

Brandon

Kalia

Jenna

Kala

Kaimana

Kaimana

Austin

Adair

Kalia

Jaxon

Ka'iwi

Jaxon

Magic Trees: Students painted their trees with black tempera paint and then created patterns in the background in oil pastel.

Holy Nativity School

Student Art Gallery

Ka'iwi

Creating Jigsaw Puzzles:  1st graders drew their designs in markers to make their beautiful puzzles.

Ka'iwi

Daniel

Austin

Kala: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.  Also selected for exhibition at the Hawaii State Capitol Building during Youth Art Month, March 2016.

Jenna

Kaimana

Ka'iwi

Marcelo

Ka'iwi

Serena:  Selected for exhibition at the Hawaii State Capitol Building during Youth Art Month, March 2016.

Adair

Kaimana

Brandon