Art show by students depicts four seasons, jungle scenes and more
GlobalArt, an internationally recognized art education franchise, held an Annual Ceremony and Art Show on May 10, 2015 at Big Creek Elementary School, Cumming, GA. Over 150 GlobalArt students from various centers, Alpharetta, Cumming, Suwanee and Norcross, prepared artwork over the course of the year, incorporating different art methods and mediums such as pencil sketching, craftwork, acrylic painting, and clay modeling.
Hosting an audience of over 250 people, the ceremony began promptly at 2pm with an opening speech by Sudha Gopalakrishnan, GlobalArt Georgia's managing director. The following ceremony awarded students who made significant achievements in art for their schools, communities, and extracurricular activities. Students were also recognized for their hard work throughout the year at GlobalArt, where they learned everything from the foundations of art, such as basic shapes and color families, to full composition artwork, incorporating art mediums such as color pencils and oil pastels.
This year's ceremony was followed by the Art Show, an impressive display of creativity by the students. Included were acrylic paintings representing the four seasons and craftwork depicting a "jungle scene" using unique air-dry clay. Pencil sketching displayed the students “first sketch,” and “think outside the box” showcased how they had taken a given theme and brought out their ideas in the form of a story, illustrating the development of creative young minds.
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