Sculpture Archive

None of the MS or HS team is teaching Sculpture currently, but I thought it would be interesting to see some of what our former MS students have done. So, this is where you will find archived galleries for our some of our past Middle School Sculpture classes. Enjoy the pictures and remember to forward the link to your friends and relatives! I’d love to see our young artists getting comments!

Links to our most recent Sculpture Kids blogs! I’m not sure how long they will be active as our MS Student blogs get re configured.

Tribal Masks by Landon and Adi, Shae and Savar, and JiSoo, Jyhung, and Vanessa

     

Fantasy Animal Sculptures

Symbolic Dog, Vrinda

Symbolic Dog, Vrinda

Ballerina Bear, Kitty

Ballerina Bear, Kitty

Dino Dragon,  Hagar

Dino Dragon, Hagar

Fish of Many Colors, Anna

Fish of Many Colors, Anna

Fish Pig, Yuli

Fish Pig, Yuli

Rainbow Dragon, Guathum

Rainbow Dragon, Guathum

6 Responses to Sculpture Archive

  1. Wendy says:

    Great colors! I love the Rainbow Dragon!

    -Wendy 🙂

    • mcitrino says:

      Thanks for the comments. I just figured out how to connect a comment box to each photo so if you want to comment directly to an individual photo click the thumbnail to go to the full sized image and look for the comment box at the bottom! I know my kids would love to hear from you directly. And like it says above, feel free to send the link on to others.

      Thanks Again,

      Michael

  2. Eileen Hurley says:

    I’m so impressed with the sense of movement in these sculptures. Fantastic work!

    • mcitrino says:

      Thanks for the comments. I will make sure my kids find out about the comments. And like it says above, feel free to send the link on to others.

      Thanks Again,

      Michael

  3. Sherry Harig says:

    All are well constructed. The one that caught my eye was the blue dog.

    • mcitrino says:

      Thanks for the comments. You can also click the thumbnail to go to the full sized image! I know my kids would love to hear from you directly. And like it says above, feel free to send the link on to others. I’m also interested to know how you found the site?

      Thanks Again,

      Michael

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