ART WITH MRS. RANCOURT
I am the part~time art teacher here at Heron Pond. I have been an art educator in New Hampshire for 25 years and if your child’s classroom teacher name is listed below, it is my pleasure to be their art teacher this year.
All students have finished working on the Original Art Fundraiser pieces, click on the paint splatter below to see the focus of their creations and what is coming up next.
Lovely 3rd grade
ceramic leaf bowls !
Michelangelo was arguably the most famous artist of the Italian Renaissance, and inarguably one of the greatest artists of all time. He considered himself a sculptor, primarily, but is equally well known for the paintings he was persuaded (grudgingly) to create. He was also an architect and an amateur poet.
Four students have had their artwork chosen to represent our school at the
New Hampshire State Youth Art Month Celebration!
Northern Wilderness New York Bridge The Penguins The Lighthouse
Izabella Wilson Trevor Coyne Makayla Bobusia Casey VanZilen
5th grade 5th grade 2nd grade 3rd grade
March 4-30, 2013 ~ Silver Center For the ARTS
Youth Art Month is an exhibition of student artwork from across the state of New Hampshire,
presented by the New Hampshire Art Educators’ Association and the Karl Drerup Art Gallery at
Plymouth State University Plymouth, NH 03264
plymouth.edu/gallery (603) 535-2614