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“Art For the Sky captures the spirit of what education should be all about:
taking care of our planet and future generations.”
-Dr. Ronald Areglado, Former ED, National Association of Elementary School Principals

School Projects 2000 - Present


In California, 600 Crescent Elk School students form the body of a mermaid. 3 shades of
mulch, plastic bottle necklace, tiger lily made of tshirts, tin-can accents on guitar. 2017

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"Aviator" is the mascot for McCall Elementary. 450 students and teachers
form a red biplane with two sky divers.

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900 students and staff at North Elementary School in West Virgina - 2014

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1000 participants at West Creek Academy in Santa Claritia, CA. form a living piano.

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Big Horn Sky, Bishop, CA 2005 - 950 Kids and Teachers.
This rock art version of the endangered Sierra Big Horn sheep was photographed
from a hot air balloon.

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sea turtle sky
SEA - TURTLE - SKY
Using red Georgia clay, topsoil, white beach sand and blue jeans for a border,
700 students and teachers from De Soto Trail Elementary in Tallahassee, Florida
form an endangered loggerhead sea turtle. The film of this projects works in the first
advanced teaching of Art For the Sky . . . morphogenic fields. You can watch it here.

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BLUE JAY SKY - 550 students and staff at Brookside Elementary
in Lake Forest Park, WA. - 2913

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TALLAHASSEE FIVE - 2015
5 Tallahassee, FL schools collected 2000 pairs of blue jeans to create the sky which formed the background of each of the images below. Thank you
Gilchrist, Canopy Oaks, Chaires, DeSoto Trail & Kate Sullivan Elementary Schools!

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1500 Lake Braddock Middle School students make a new species of butterfly.
Burke, Virginia - 2015


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