HS Student Work – Art as a Daily Practice

I am teaching a remote HS arts elective entitled Art as a Daily Practice. The challenge is to commit to creating something every single day, but the exercise are generally pretty easy with some optional elements for those who want to take the work a bit further. We are now up to a Day 23 (with a few days off here and there) and the exercises have ranged broadly from qualitative (abstract) to observational (realistic). This is a selection of work mostly from Days 10 – 22, with a few earlier days from some who were catching up.

3 comments

  1. HI Sara, this is so great to see. sometimes when I feel depressed about my work I think “but then there’s Sara!” and I feel better. thanks for carrying this work into the next generation. love,Laura

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    1. Thank you, Laura! It makes me really happy that you see it this way. If I haven’t thanked you in awhile for my Free Columbia learning experience, let me me deeply thank you again. I wouldn’t/couldn’t be a Waldorf teacher without it behind me.

      I was going to ask you if you minded if I demoed your texture strip exercise in a video tutorial and credited you/Free Columbia with it. Mostly want to do it for my HS students.

      Love,
      Sara

  2. Very nice

    Kiss

    Felice Parrilli

    Da: Sara Parrilli Inviato: martedì 19 maggio 2020 00:50 A: parrilli@consac.it Oggetto: [New post] HS Student Work – Art as a Daily Practice

    saraparrilli posted: ” I am teaching a remote HS arts elective entitled Art as a Daily Practice. The challenge is to commit to creating something every single day, but the exercise are generally pretty easy with some optional elements for those who want to take the work a bit “

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