Maharishi School students put on an Art Show for their friends and families last night, and we all had a wonderful time! The students worked hard to create, mount, and hang their pieces in time for the show, and were excited to see the reactions to their work from all the attendees.
Emily Timm, Lower School Art Instructor, has been teaching her students to draw using the Monart Method, and the results have been fantastic! Confidence has soared as the kids see their work paying off in ever more complex and realistic drawings. Success builds on success as they're motivated to try new things and devote more energy to their art. It's a real pleasure to witness their excitement and satisfation with their pieces.
Here are a few pictures from the show, I'm sure you'll enjoy the art as much as we all did!
Second Grader Ronan Daniels is proud of his Dutch cottage drawing!
Sixth grader Jayanta Wegman wowed us with his architectural illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Fallingwater"
So many different ways to illustrate the same castle - expressions of individual creativity.
The art work from our 6-8th graders shows what just a few years of Monart lessons can do! Here is some work from our youngest artists, who learn the Monart Method starting in preschool.