About Mrs. Sciortino

Michelle Sciortino has been teaching Art at St. Elizabeth's since 2016.   She graduated from Clear Brook High School in Friendswood, Texas.  Mrs. Sciortino earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art Painting from the University of Houston and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education from the University of Central Oklahoma.  She and her husband attend St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.  While not teaching, she enjoys drawing, painting, cooking and reading.

Happy October!

It's hard to believe we are starting our third month of the school year! Students are busy learning how to utilize the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design.

Middle school is practicing composition and drawing techniques. We will be focusing on still lifes and the human figure as well as facial proportions.

Elementary classes just finished learning about cool colors by comparing works of art by Henri Rousseau and Vincent van Gogh. 3rd-5th graders created cool colored spider webs using the resist watercolor technique. 1st and 2nd grades practiced drawing spider webs and coloring with cool colors.

Pre-k and Kindergarten have been learning about shapes that roll and shapes that do not. We read a book called "Circle Dogs", who happen to live in a square house! The students have been practicing making lots of shapes including stars and hearts. I am amazed at how much their drawing skills are growing!

 

 

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