Campbellsville Elementary School art students recently made their own owls out of clay.
In Adrienne Hash’s class, students are learning about sculptures, which are artworks that have form.
Hash discussed Helen Cordero, who was a potter from New Mexico. She made a sculpture entitled “Grandfather Storyteller,” which Hash and her students analyzed.
Then, students listened to the story “The Little White Owl” by Tracey Corderoy.
The book is about an owl who likes to tell stories.
Hash asked her students to make their own little owls out of clay.
They made a body, eyes and nose and then added feathers.
CES kindergartener Aubrey Wilson holds her owl.
CES kindergartener Hannah Matias shapes her owl.
CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps kindergarteners Jasymon Musselwhite, at left, with her owl as Demarcus Noyola watches.
CES kindergartener Kasen Smith smiles with his owl.
CES kindergartener Demarcus Noyola puts finishing touches on his owl.
CES kindergartener Gage Henderson adds feathers to his owl.
CES kindergartener Hannah Matias holds her owl.
CES kindergartener Ava Bennett-Marr holds her owl.
CES kindergartener Robert Atwood holds his owl.
CES kindergartener Jewell Brewster holds her owl.
CES kindergarteners Cambrien Couch, at left, and Kira Dotson talk about their owls.
CES kindergartener Braydan Dyer holds his owl.