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Do Art To Be Smart

The Granite School District Art Gallery is currently showing art from BTSALP students. The exhibit – Do Art To Be Smart – will be on display until January 31, 2020. Images below are just a “sneak peek” into the creativity of BTSALP students!

The following Specialists shared integrated art pieces created by their elementary school students.

  • Sheryl Larsen, Cottonwood & Howard R. Driggs
  • Lucille Stearman, Plymouth & Freemont
  • Cynthia Micken, Copper Hills & Magna
  • Catherine Widner, Pioneer & Jim Bridger
  • James Camargo, Elk Run & Jackling

Geometric and Organic Line and Shape, Grades K-6 – BTSALP Specialist, Lucille Stearman

Positive and Negative Leaf Prints, 3rd Grade – BTSALP Specialist, Sheryl Larsen

Geometric and Organic Shapes, Grades K-6 – BTSALP Specialist, Lucille Stearman.

Mask Making, – BTSALP Specialist, James Camargo.

Aspen Trees, 4th Grade – BTSALP Specialist, Cynthia Micken

Sedimentary Rock Arch Paper Collage , 2nd Grade – BTSALP Specialist, Catherine Widner

Sedimentary Rock Arch Painting, 4th Grade – BTSALP Specialist, Catherine Widner

Animal Collage, 4th Grade – BTSALP Specialist, Sheryl Larsen

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