Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were unable to meet and enjoy the remarkable artwork our Willow Springs artists created during the 2019-2020 school year. Instead please enjoy the virtual art show below.
The Spring 2019 Art Show at Willow Springs Elementary School was our biggest yet! Our incredible artist created work that was out of this world--which was appropriate since the theme of the show was "Out of This World." This year, patrons were able to watch an award-winning stop motion video produced by our 5th graders. Patrons were also able to check out iPads and hear from the artists themselves describe their work.
As with previous years, the art show also included games, make-and-take projects, and food trucks. Check out some of the projects below, and be sure to attend our next art show Spring 2020.
Our Willow Springs Spring 2018 Art Show was incredible! With hundreds of piece of art on display, an art project to create at the show, and food trucks outside; it had something for everyone. The theme for the show was "Under the Sea." Check out the work of our artists below.
Toward the end of the 2016-17 school year, our incredible Willow Springs Kindergartners prepared a mural for the Bangerter Crossing Harmons Grocery Store. Their mural has remained displayed at Harmons throughout the summer. If you hurry you can catch it now before it's taken down for another amazing Willow Spring's mural!
To build upon our PTA 2017-2018 school theme of "Wildcats Stick Together", our incredible art students at Willow Springs are busy creating little pieces of art that will then be "stuck together" to create large murals that will be on display during the upcoming September Parent/Teacher Conference on September 27-28.
Below are just a few of the murals you'll see as you work your way through the halls of Willow Springs.
On April 25, 2017 Willow Spring students, parents, and teachers participated in our second annual Spring Art Show. The 2017 art show was amazing! With over 1,000 piece of art on display, games, and the chance to create a piece of art to take home; there was something for everyone.
As great as the 2017 art show was, the 2018 art show promises to be even better. Plan on it early May, 2018.
Our second grade students recently saw their art featured at the Bangerter Crossing Harmons Grocery Store. Using pastels and water colors, our artists created a warm and cool color winter tree scene. If you haven't already made it to Harmons to see their work, try to make it while it's still on display.
The photo board our Willow Springs 5th graders created was put to good use at this year's Draper City Haunted Hollow. Thanks again to all our amazing artists!
In the spirit of community service, the Willow Springs 5th Grade Class painted and donated a photo board to Draper City to be used in the city's annual Haunted Hollow event scheduled for Monday, October 17, 2016 from 6 to 8 PM. (Here's a link for more information on the event.)
After an art lesson on color, tint, and shade; our students painted (6 at a time) on the project in our room during the month of September. The students then applied weather resistant coating and I cut out the face holes. The 5th Graders did a great job mixing colors and adding highlight spots.
Check out their work below and then be sure to attend the city's Haunted Hollow activity on the 17th!