Boulder Valley School District

Visual Arts- Elementary

K-2

The Realistic Border Collie

Gray L.

3-5

The Pineapple:

Sixten H.

3-5

Eyes on the Future

Bailey J.B. 

This drawing symbolizes powerful women. Eyes on the future, but unwilling to leave anyone behind. (White colored pencil)

3-5

Tessellation

Ved B. 

Origami Tessellations and Geometric Shapes

3-5

Kingfisher 

Serena X.

This colorful kingfisher was drawn with colored pencils. Common Kingfishers are mostly seen in Eurasia and North America. These birds are an important part of the ecosystem, and their presence indicates good water quality.

3-5

Soar!

Rishi B.

This is a computer graphic design I created with an inspirational quote.

3-5

Orange Glass Face

Orange Glass Face

Kai H.

K-2

Starry Night

Bea B.

3-5

Dillan's Lego City

Dillon J.

3-5

Cactus in Watercolor and Crayon

Atticus S.

3-5

Full Moon Fade

Milla V.L.

3-5

Self Portrait

Maggie C.

3-5

Earth Elf

Mandy B.

Earth Elf (Hand drawing and colored) - The Earth Elf reminds us to care for our planet, Earth.

3-5

Crochet

Olivia B.

I have taken on to making “eternal roses’’ made out of ribbon. I have already sold my first bouquet! Picture included. Yes! It is always very rewarding to know someone loves what you put your heart into.

3-5

Pearl Of The Sky

Pearl Of The Sky

Arushi G.

I chose to draw this because I love to blend colors together, especially blue and purple. The oyster is meant to be a planet surrounded by st

3-5

Queen of Gemini

Grace L.

3-5

Slither

Mason S.

Slither is about looking at things from a different perspective and seeing things differently. This series of pictures is of the exact same drawing taken from 4 different angles. This shows that looking at things from different perspectives can change how you see them. The snake was sketched with pencil and fine tip sharpie pen.

3-5

Kauai Watercolor Horse

Hadley P.

3-5

Dragon Eye

Liv H.

3-5

Love

Love

Maddi W.

Acrylic paint on canvas. Age 8 at time of painting.

3-5

Light in the midst of darkness

Light in the midst of darkness

Artus C.

(a black and white painting inspired by a burnt tree seen on a hike. The view shown is of burnt tree branches looking up from underneath the tree. The white light was added to add hope to the dark/sad painting.

3-5

Fashion design by re-using recycled materials

Rui A.L.

Fashion design by re-using recycled materials – I have been learning how important to keep our Earth healthy with less pollutions. That brought me an idea to create my own fashion design by recycled materials. My mom made me a cute demon tulle dress for my Halloween show when I was 2 years old in year 2016. Then we worked together to re-use the red tulle, making me an ugly sweater for school Christmas party in year 2020. It is time to re-use it again by myself! The material became a fashionable ball gown! Demon dress tail was also re-used for making the gown top and hat. Does it look pretty? Now I am thinking what I can do with the materials for other art project…