While children were working in art teacher Rose Stock's classroom, The East County Observer caught up with children in Steve Spisak's fourth-grade class to find out what medium they most enjoy.
What is your favorite medium and why?
Brandon Graham, 9
"Clay because it's messy."
Destiny Walker, 9
"Clay because when I use clay, it feels really fund, and I get messy a lot. It's fun to get messy."
Marrisa Paxton, 10
"I have to say acrylic paints. It's really dark and pretty."
Dakota Norris, 10
"Acrylic paint because it's so bright and colorful. You get to express your feelings with it."
Madelyn Haywood, 10
"Clay because you can design different things with your hands."
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