(May,2014). A great way to show my students how to illustrate movement. I absolutely love Keith Haring’s Art work!
An interactive Jungle of Animals.
The pictures do not do it justice. This by far is one of my favorite Art show themes. The students loved seeing their Art projects come to life.
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Grade 6 Students Collaborative Mural~ students were divided into small groups and given grid pieces of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Students used acrylic paints to replicate their pieces to the best of their ability. When all groups were done students put all the pieces together 💫⭐️🌠🌌🎨
Monet Inspired WaterLily Pond by my Grade 1 and 2
- Students learned about the artist Claude Monet
- Students studied Monet’s “Waterlilies” and “The Waterlily Pond” artwork.
- Students learned how to paint using Monet’s painting technique.
- Students created their own version of Monet’s “Waterlily Pond” using painting, drawing and collage techniques
Grade 5 & 6 learned about American artist Claes Oldenburg and his contributions to the Pop Art movement. They researched American foods and created clay sculptures.
They look good enough to eat 😋
Students began by drawing 2 cat silhouettes. We discussed how to create Zentangles using line patterns and how to create illusion designs. After students designed both cats they painted warm and cool checkered backgrounds. Lastly they mounted their cats on yellow paper and onto their checkered backgrounds. 😻🙌🏽
My Grade 2’s absolutely loved drawing these enlarged flower 🌺 🌸 bouquets.
This lesson comes from one of my amazing art teacher friends Cassie Stephens~ you can find more of her projects on her blog cassiestephens.blogspot.com
This is one of my favorite lessons.
Students started with an eye study on how to draw realistic animal eyes. They used oil pastels for coloring. Students then began to paint on newspaper. Once dried students ripped and shredded the newspaper 📰 and glued onto their blank canvas.
Students then placed the eyes and nose over the newspaper and painted more in-depth details to create their cats and dogs. Multi step lesson with amazing results ❤️🎨😻🐶🤩
Students learned about American Artist Claes Oldenburg. They created Hamburger 🍔 collages inspired by Oldenburg. Students used a variety of materials to create their toppings, they were encouraged to think out the box and recreate their favorite foods as hamburger toppings some included ice cream 🍦, chicken 🍗, egg 🍳, pizza 🍕, sushi 🍣, and more.
Students then glued their creations on a paper plate and made a red and white paper weaving tablecloth as the final touch.