November 25, 2017

Mural Art, Day #1

Today we had our first of four lessons on how to draw and paint salamanders and snakes of the Columbia River Gorge with our fantastic art volunteer Holly McCowen! We started by finding everyday shapes in what we see around us, starting with triangles in trees, hills and mountains, circles in clouds, etc.

Next we looked at our subject matter: snakes and salamanders! We saw a triangle head and mouth, crescent teeth, circular eyes and a “long squiggly line” for a body. Our rough drafts are done and tomorrow we will work to transfer our art to a tile for painting.

Thank you Lucy M and Sadie’s moms for all of your help!

Check out this link for LAST year’s news report on KPTV Channel 12!

Bekah Tucker About Bekah Tucker

This is my eighth year as a primary classroom teacher, previously working as a special education teaching assistant and an english preschool teacher in Prague.

Outside of teaching, my passions are traveling, trying new restaurants, strong coffee, being with friends and family, and enjoying the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge.

I love being a Corbett teacher!