Art by Glover - 2011

Using found materials, the students create their own African Power Sculptures.
Using found materials, the students create their own African Power Sculptures.
Team work is required to assemble the parts of the Power Sculptures.
Team work is required to assemble the parts of the Power Sculptures.
A completed African Power Sculpture.
A completed African Power Sculpture.
After applying a black coating, the students scratch away to create imaginative drawings.
After applying a black coating, the students scratch away to create imaginative drawings.
Making sculptures from clay was a popular event.
Making sculptures from clay was a popular event.
The variety of clay sculptures includes one tall skinny character.
The variety of clay sculptures includes one tall skinny character.
Another student uses a more realistic style.
Another student uses a more realistic style.
This clay character benefits from a little support.
This clay character benefits from a little support.
With mic in hand, this clay figure is a rapper in the making.
With mic in hand, this clay figure is a rapper in the making.
Bottlecaps are used to decorate belts.
Bottlecaps are used to decorate belts.
Dressed in protective gear, students learn how to work together on a single large painting.
Dressed in protective gear, students learn how to work together on a single large painting.
This group painting has a musical theme.
This group painting has a musical theme.
Pins and beads are used to decorate candles.
Pins and beads are used to decorate candles.
An uncooked fish from the market is the source of painted prints.
An uncooked fish from the market is the source of painted prints.
Students learn to use color to create variety with the fish prints.
Students learn to use color to create variety with the fish prints.
Teachers from the International Center of Photography visit the Robert Siegal Center for a photo training session.
Teachers from the International Center of Photography visit the Robert Siegal Center for a photo training session.
The ICP teachers share techniques for using digital cameras.
The ICP teachers share techniques for using digital cameras.
Teachers demonstrate methods for refining photos with the computer.
After looking at Jackson Pollack paintings, the students learn how to do their own splattering.
After looking at Jackson Pollack paintings, the students learn how to do their own splattering.
Here's the Pollack technique in action.
Here's the Pollack technique in action.
Students practice lettering techniques.
Students practice lettering techniques.
Volunteer Donna Irwin helps select images to put on buttons.
Volunteer Donna Irwin helps select images to put on buttons.
Graffiti writing styles were studied and applied to a bench that was sold at the 2011 gala auction.
Graffiti writing styles were studied and applied to a bench that was sold at the 2011 gala auction.
A bench inspired by classical mythology sold for more than $2000 at the 2011 gala auction.
A bench inspired by classical mythology sold for more than $2000 at the 2011 gala auction.
Metal embossing techniques merge with modern street art styles.
Metal embossing techniques merge with modern street art styles.
Colored papers are assembled to make mosaics.
Colored papers are assembled to make mosaics.
Pricking paper with pins allows the students to make greeting cards.
Pricking paper with pins allows the students to make greeting cards.
A close-up of a pin-prick card.
A close-up of a pin-prick card.
Students use plaster to make molds of their own hands.
Students use plaster to make molds of their own hands.
Plastic bottles are recycled, and decorated, to make self-watering planters.
Plastic bottles are recycled, and decorated, to make self-watering planters.
Once the plants are added, the watering happens automatically.
Once the plants are added, the watering happens automatically.
This design project is inspired by the most cherished type of teenage footwear.
This design project is inspired by the most cherished type of teenage footwear.
Attention, Converse!  The Glover Program has a new look.
Attention, Converse! The Glover Program has a new look.
Time for a '60s revival, with a tie-dyed t-shirt project.
Time for a '60s revival, with a tie-dyed t-shirt project.
At long last, a project where the best results turn out spotty.
At long last, a project where the best results turn out spotty.
Jean  Won teaches jewelry design to students in East Harlem.
Jean Won teaches jewelry design to students in East Harlem.
East Harlem students learn how to make fabric and stencil designs from Calvin Klein's Alessandra Berg.
East Harlem students learn how to make fabric and stencil designs from Calvin Klein's Alessandra Berg.
A close-up of the fabric designs.
A close-up of the fabric designs.
The East Harlem artists celebrate their latest creation.
The East Harlem artists celebrate their latest creation.