In art class, students think, learn, communicate, create, express and explore! Students will work in a variety of media and techniques to produce studio pieces. They draw, paint, make collages, produce pottery and ceramics, create prints, do crafts and explore current art trends. Students learn art history, multiculturalism, function and form, aesthetics and practical application to the world around us.
The LES art program takes their efforts beyond the art classroom. Student artwork is displayed in our beautiful gallery and glass case, at the Board of Education, and in the Loganville community; including the American Legion Poppy Poster contest (a local, state, & national competition). LES has also participated in the Walton County School District's annual Elementary Art Exhibit at the Monroe Walton Center for the Arts since the beginning. This year, students will participate in a schoolwide art project for campus beautification and community relations. You can view a lot of what we do by clicking here
to see our Instagram page. We also are excited to launch a new fundraising project using a program called Artsonia. This will allow parents to view all student artwork and purchase pieces of choice in product form like T-shirts or mugs. There are so many exciting and creative things taking place in the LES art class.
We encourage families to support our students' efforts and proudly display art at home. We love to make our students' artwork feel like masterpieces!