Campbellsville Elementary School students recently learned how to create visual texture in their artwork.
In Adrienne Hash’s art classes, students have been studying what patterns artists use to show texture.
Students were asked to look at a piece of art and see if they can tell what the object feels like just by seeing it.
They were also asked to compare pieces of art to see which one looks more realistic to them.
Students discussed where animals live and what their environment looks like.
After their lesson, students drew animal drawings and used texture plates to create visual texture. They put the plates under their paper and then colored over them with crayons.
Students drew lions, turtles, bears, fish and more.
CES second-graders Natalia West, at left, and Sophia Santos draw their animal drawings.
CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps second-grader Kairi Tucker draw her animal drawing.
CES second-grader Lacy Covey adds texture to her animal drawing.
CES second-grader Alex Yang colors his animal drawing.
CES second-grader Braygon Noegel colors his turtle drawing.
CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps second-grader Zaemar Hoskins add texture to his lion drawing.
CES second-grader Natalia West adds texture to her animal drawing.
CES second-grader Sophia Santos adds texture to her animal drawing.
CES second-grader Zaemar Hoskins colors his lion drawing.
CES second-grader Leshawn Hamilton colors his snake drawing.