North Oldham Middle School

CFAC

Jean Smith's Last CFAC Class

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These photos were taken recently in teacher Jean Smith's last CFAC class at North Oldham Middle School. It was an emotional day - some of the students were in this class for several years with a teacher who gave so much to them.  We look forward to seeing them develop into wonderful artists and thank Jean for all she's done and her years of fantastic service.

These photos were taken recently in teacher Jean Smith's last CFAC class at North Oldham Middle School. It was an emotional day - some of the students were in this class for several years with a teacher who gave so much to them.

We look forward to seeing them develop into wonderful artists and thank Jean for all she's done and her years of fantastic service.

CFAC

Drawing Hands

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Instructor Jean sent these photos of her CFAC class at North Oldham Middle School and said, "All semester, we've been focusing on drawing hands. They are the most difficult part of the human body to draw accurately, so we started from the skeletal level and built on that. We will eventually create hands using different art movements. For example, next week we are starting a segment on Pop Art incorporating hands. For the last two weeks, we have been working on drawing, shading, and highlighting hands using toned paper, white charcoal, black charcoal, and different grades of graphite pencils."

Instructor Jean sent these photos of her CFAC class at North Oldham Middle School and said, "All semester, we've been focusing on drawing hands. They are the most difficult part of the human body to draw accurately, so we started from the skeletal level and built on that. We will eventually create hands using different art movements. For example, next week we are starting a segment on Pop Art incorporating hands. For the last two weeks, we have been working on drawing, shading, and highlighting hands using toned paper, white charcoal, black charcoal, and different grades of graphite pencils."