Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Creative Cats Creating for the Community!

Our Wildcats created art that represented Peace for the Maryland Heights Parks and Recreation & Cultural Arts Commission Peace Project.  Their art will be hung in the Community Center during the month of October!  Some students drew designs and used colors that represented Peace to them on Peace Pinwheels.  September 21st is International Day of Peace and students create pinwheels for "whirled" peace!  
"Peace to me is a rainbow."
"I think Peace is soft edges!"
"Peace is pink!"
"Repetitive patterns is peaceful."
Wildcats had a lot to share on what represented Peace to them.

We also submitted our abstract artwork inspired by Kandinsky.  The children felt that the mixing of watercolors making new colors was peaceful, as well as the use of circles.

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