Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Art and Artists-ABC WEDNESDAY "A"



St Paul Academy-Summit School has a beautiful art gallery where visiting artists and students are able to display their work.  Currently work of 6th through 12 grade students' paintings,  photography, and ceramics are on display in the Winter Student Art Show.  These three paintings are all artistic endeavors of 8th graders. They and the art teachers are to be congratulated because they always produce award-winning art.

Linking to ABC WEDNESDAY

29 comments:

  1. I like this, the bright colours, it is almost like the Aboriginal art with all the dots.

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  2. I can't imagine the time this took! very colorful indeed!

    Are you a day ahead? Or am I a day behind? You don't need to answer that :)

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  3. Beautiful and colorful patterns.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. These are spectacular, Kate. I'm impressed.

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  5. My reaction was also that this is evocative of Australian Aboriginal art. As I mentioned the other day, we recently in Peru saw a proclamation commemorating the visit to St. Paul Academy by a leading Peruvian artist. The students are very fortunate to have such enrichment in their education, and they are showing the talent that can be developed and unleashed by such opportunities.

    The student art exhibit and the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts is always extremely impressive.

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  6. Wonderful post today! I love those paintings, Kate.

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  7. Reminds me of those black velvet posters from the 70's. No I have never been to the Coyote Cafe, it's a little too pricey for me.

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  8. It's hard to believe these were created by 8th graders. They are simply fabulous.
    Your comment on my site cracked me up. I guess I don't cook at home as much as I used to.

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  9. They are some very talented students!

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  10. Wonderful colors and designs. Young talent to be admired by all.

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  11. Awesome Artists...Aboriginal Art? All Amazing!

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  12. Fabulous! I would never have thought these were done by kids.

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  13. Very talented kids. I love the bright colors and the patterns.

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  14. Bright colors. Very busy designs and patterns the students have chosen!

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  15. These are incredible!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  16. Those are wonderful artistic creations. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  17. Very artistic!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday

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  18. My first visit to your blog – the artwork on your post intrigued me.

    I saw that you read Alan Furst’s Mission to Paris – how did you like it? It was given to me at Christmas – I have not read it yet. How about The Sandcastle Girls? I liked that and understood why my father’s orphaned cousin was brought up in Aleppo. I really enjoyed my first visit here.

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  19. Wonderful! I love the colors!

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  20. Nice patterns, dont stare though, you might start seeing things. Again, I love the color combinations.

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  21. There's a lot of work gone into these Kate.. very much like Aboriginal paintings indeed.

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  22. I love the brilliant colors that the students used in these pieces, which are reminiscent of the Australian Aboriginal art. Blessings!

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  23. Those are wonderful, and mesmerizing patterns.

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  24. Love these paintings! They remind me of the colorful painted woodcarvings of Oaxaca, Mexico.

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  25. These are beautiful. And they look simple, but oh-so-time-consuming.

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  26. Lovely artitic creation, full colors, love much the 3.

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