High Prairie E.W. Pratt High School Art students are at the starting line and ready to let loose with colour, line, pattern plus oodles of creativity. There is nothing like a blast of creative energy to start the school year off right!
Grade 10, Art 10 student Corbin Welch-Willier decided to apply his love of landscape, using felt markers, to explore line and pattern.
Grade 10, Art 10 student Mya Dwernychuk gave her line and pattern project a dash of extreme symmetry and colour, with felt markers.
Grade 11, Art 20 student Yulia Kovalenko blasts off in a patterned felt marker rocket.
Grade 12, Art 10 student Halle Patenaude contrasts line, colour and pattern against a monochrome spaceship to happily take her away!
Grade 12, Art 20 student Sherilyn Brule puts a favourite character in the spotlight using pencil crayon, pencil and felt markers to contrast monochrome against brilliant colour.
daGrade 11, Art 20 student Storm Lavergne applied a monochrome effect to emphasize colour in her first Art 20 art work, using pencil and felt markers.