Kandinsky for Kids. This Wassily Kandinsky-inspired work of art is an original creation by our talented Junior Kindergarten students. One of the pioneers of abstract modern art; Kandinsky used color as his means of expression. Our Juniors had fun imitating his style and endeavoring to engage the sight, sound and emotions of viewers.
Birds of a feather. Keep the whimsy and magic of Senior Kindergarten alive with this framed masterpiece of feathered friends. This one-of-a-kind birds of a feather piece will always remind you of what a special year SK was for your child. Get it before it flies away!
Stop and smell the flowers! This original floral framed collection was created with love by your very own first graders. This artwork is sure to add fun and color to any room. Each student used colorful felt fabrics to make their own unique floral creations. Take some time to stop and smell the flowers.
Butterfly Kisses. This one-of-a-kind shadowbox is a wonderful representation of the flight of your own butterfly child. Each second grader helped design and bring a unique depiction of butterflies in flight to this Jim Dine-inspired piece. What a fun and beautiful way to remember how your child grew so much during this pivotal year.
Let's Zentangle. Now go and doodle! Zentangle is known to many artists as a way to create structured designs by drawing various patterns. It increases focus and creativity and provides artistic satisfaction along with an uplifted sense of personal well-being. Our third graders have done an incredible job of "zentangling" in these beautiful dragonflies in flight!
Stroll Down Lafayette Square. Take a stroll down Lafayette Square as reimagined by the fourth grade class! Each fourth grader sketched and used watercolors to paint a house in the historic Lafayette Square neighborhood. Placed all together in this charming framed piece; here is your opportunity to take home the hallmark class project of the fourth grade class.
A walk in our shoes. Each fifth grader sketched their own individual shoe, dirt free for your convenience. This line drawing study of realistic proportions and attention to detail is sure to impress. Hit the ground running and grab this fantastic piece!
Final Year Project. Your chance to forever cherish this gorgeous memento from your child's final year at Rossman School. The aspiring artists in the sixth grade class created this one-of-a-kind masterpiece of inspiring quotes. Working together never looked so good.
"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much," Helen Keller.