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Show your Sounders spirit at the opening game of the 2017 season wearing a signed men’s large Rave Green FC Sounders Dempsey jersey, autographed by Clint Dempsey #2 himself. You and a lucky companion will be in excellent seats (section 139 Row AA Seats 1 and 2) to see the MLS Champions play the New York Red Bulls. It’s guaranteed to be a memorable game with the grand return of Dempsy who’s back from injury. Opening day is Sunday, March 19 at 4:00 p.m.
Mrs. Vaagsland’s 2nd graders put their individual stamp on a view we all cherish in our neighborhood. We took the scenic vantage point of Golden Gardens and drew the mountain, sound, and sunset view to create this beautiful print. Each student was given a section of either land, water or sky to create a pattern on foam scratch plates. Using water color markers, they were able to add colors that invoke those scenic elements. The plates were then printed on archival paper to remind us, even on the grayest Seattle days, of the beauty that surrounds us.
Ms. Wilson’s second grade artists used thoughtful creativity to design this whimsical and inspiring piece. Self-portraits, illustrations symbolizing their future dreams and their current talents and words defining their character have all been miniaturized and turned into jewels that embellish a circular mirror in a soft marine palette of blues and greens, mounted on a wooden frame. Every time you look in this mirror, you will not only see yourself, but you will be reminded of the positive and amusing ways these artists see themselves. At 24 inches in diameter, this decorative mirror will t perfectly in your entry way, over the bathroom sink or above a dresser in a bedroom and is guaranteed to delight you every day.
The students of Room 209 created a lighthearted and uplifting
piece of art that will brighten any home. Using acrylic paints, the second
graders each created their balloon, employing techniques of pattern, line,
repetition and contrast--and a lot of individuality! All of the students helped
paint the background sky using a wash of soft watercolor blue. The balloons
were then tethered to the kids’ photos to lift them up... and almost off the
canvas! “Up, Up, and Away” is not only a wonderful tribute to the buoyancy of
childhood, it’s also a one-of-a-kind class picture sure to be a treasured
heirloom. Special thanks to Jody Fewel for her photography skills!
Inspired by the Seattle Sounders’ color palette of Sounder Blue and Rave Green combined with the soccer ball’s white hexagonal pattern and the study of multiple watercolor techniques, Mr. Kreiter’s 4th grade class created a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Each student painted, then individually applied, 2” hexagon cuts on a 36” square canvas, creating organic movement in contrast with the geometric shape. The watercolor techniques studied and applied were: wax resistance, salt lifting, alcohol spotting and sponging. These techniques provide dimension, texture and a reflective quality which make it truly unique. The hexagons were then washed with a clear glaze. This project follows an epic MLS Cup win for the Sounders and includes an autograph by the head coach, Brian Schmetzer.