Monday, May 6, 2013

WISE OWLS ....POST by Nic and Joe

Last week for art our class created owls. The reason we were on this topic was because of the recent individual goals we set for this term and year. The seniors have spent three weeks designing and making these masterpieces. They represent wisdom and deep thinking. By Joe and Nic.
Wise Owls from Marg Yore on Vimeo.


  1. Hi Senior MY,

    What a "HOOT",

    These drawings are fantastic!

    The owl is one of my favorite animals because it is mysterious and wise.

    Can you tell me any information about Owls-
    : How long do they live
    : What do they eat
    : Are the found all over the world

    Keep up the good work.

  2. Love the variety of designs and detail. Keep up that wisdom and deep thinking- it will set you on the right path for life!
    Mrs Bellesini :)

  3. All of those owls look like they're full of wisdom, and thinking very hard, just like all of you students I'm sure! I love to see how good you all are at art, and its great to see that there are so many different owls around. Looking forward to seeing the next lot of good work that I'm sure those owls will help you create.

  4. I really like the owls. Could you tell me more about why you did them? – Adam
    The owl pictures look great. – Madeline
    What are some of the goals that you set? – Alex
    I really like your owl pictures. I looks like you put a lot of effort into them. I was wondering what your individual goals are for – Mia
    I think your pictures have inspiration and I was wondering how you came up with your goals. – Ruby
    Your owl pictures look really good. What materials did you use? – Rosie
    I really liked your owl pictures. They had a lot of detail in them – Nat
    I thought they were really good. It looks like you put a lot of time and effort into it. They were very creative - Grace
    I really liked your owl pictures and I wish that our class did owl pictures. – Ivy
    I really liked your pictures. Are you learning about owls in your Inquiry this term – Brandon C
    Did you enjoy making your owl picture? - Will