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Student Art from the Atlanta Charter School

By Nathan Bubes, Art Teacher
The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) hosts a talented student body. At the middle school, students develop their skills and discover their abilities in the visual arts. To get students rolling, they start with something basic, such as letter art. Letter art is something recognizable to all and learning some basic techniques, to give a visual presence for letters, allows student to express creatively a quote they find profound and powerful. To achieve their final draft, students were required to produce two prior drafts, each focusing on different compositional elements. The end result demonstrates that with practice and thought, ideas develop and technical skills increase when working within a drafting process.
The students’ art will be on display for the month of May on the Gallery Wall in the East Atlanta Library meeting room during regular library hours. To gain access and view the works, you can ask at the circulation desk. The library is located at 400 Flat Shoals Avenue in the East Atlanta Village. The show is sponsored by the Friends of East Atlanta Library and the Atlanta Fulton Public Library.

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