Check out this beautiful book illustrated by Ruth Chung, our past art teacher!
Lower Elementary students have been busy creating all kinds of fantastic glue prints! Each student began by creating a line drawing on cardboard, then applying glue and string to the line work. During the second class, we began the inking process.
Once the ink is applied to the original board, students use a dry brayer to press the inked image onto a clean sheet of paper. There is a feeling of cooperation between the students and peer teaching and assistance exists each step of the way!
The objective of this lesson is to create original work and become more proficient in the preparation and process of print making. Students were all enthusiastic and everyone participated