Lochart Schools art classes


Courtesy photo Allie Owens and Peyton Grady are creating Gothic art through metal embossing in art class at Lockhart Schools.


Courtesy photo Callie Crocker, Amellia Taylor, and Alyssa Mulligan work with oil pastels in art class at Lockhart Schools.


Courtesy photo Bobby Bland uses shaving cream to create a setting in art class at Lockhart Schools.


LOCKHART — Lockhart students employ critical thinking, decision-making, and creativity as they design and create pieces of artwork.

The students used different mediums to create their works of art including metal embossing to create Gothic art; oil pastels; and even shaving cream to create a setting.

Courtesy photo Allie Owens and Peyton Grady are creating Gothic art through metal embossing in art class at Lockhart Schools.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSC_0111.jpgCourtesy photo Allie Owens and Peyton Grady are creating Gothic art through metal embossing in art class at Lockhart Schools.

Courtesy photo Callie Crocker, Amellia Taylor, and Alyssa Mulligan work with oil pastels in art class at Lockhart Schools.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSC_0188.jpgCourtesy photo Callie Crocker, Amellia Taylor, and Alyssa Mulligan work with oil pastels in art class at Lockhart Schools.

Courtesy photo Bobby Bland uses shaving cream to create a setting in art class at Lockhart Schools.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSC_0414.jpgCourtesy photo Bobby Bland uses shaving cream to create a setting in art class at Lockhart Schools.
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