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St. Anne Students Explore Design Techniques through Winter Landscapes

Grade 6 students Zach Jeanveau, Kelly Mazerolle, Jamie Duggan, Sarah Craig, and Ethan Colette showcase their winter landscapes.

October 26, 2012 - Teacher Serena Troscinski's Grade 6 class has some very talented artists who have been working on principles of design (balance). In this particular Art project, students created a winter landscape using some paint and straws to portray a cold and wintery scene. "I liked this assignment because I like Art, especially painting. Using the straws to create the trees was fun because it was something I've never tried before. I also felt really proud to be recognized with other students in the class for doing a good job,” said Kelly Mazerolle, a grade 6 student at St. Anne Catholic School in Hanmer.



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