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Easter Art

Easter Art

Easter Art Painting and decorating Easter eggs Decorating eggs for Easter We all love our chocolate Easter eggs, but did you know that there is a great tradition of painting, dyeing and decorating hen, duck and goose eggs at Easter time?

By JasminFlorian
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The Color Wheel

The Color Wheel

The Color Wheel. The Color Wheel. The color wheel is a lot like a rainbow!. RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE PURPLE. The Color Wheel. Write your name in bubble letters or block letters. Make a dot with 6 lines. Trace with Sharpie. Color your name with oil pastels

By terentia
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Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky. Kandinsky was a Russian painter who was famous for creating abstract pictures with lots of colors and shapes. He was the first famous abstract artist!.

By knut
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The Primary Colors

The Primary Colors

The Primary Colors. RED YELLOW BLUE. The Primary Colors. Red, Yellow, Blue. Red, Yellow, Blue. I see you. Red, Yellow, Blue. You are the Primary Colors. You make all the other colors. I wish I was a color like Red, Yellow, Blue!. Handpainting. Trace your hand with pencil.

By diep
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Crayons

Crayons

Crayons. By: Tim Ferrand. Crayons. A crayon can be used for various purposes such as coloring, drawing, or writing. Dates back to 1644, a diminutive of the French word craie(chalk) and the Latin word creta(earth). Crayons and trees. The wax that crayons are made from is called paraffin wax.

By meliora
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Block Name Design

Block Name Design

Block Name Design. Can you find the name repeated over and over again in this picture?. Block Name Design. Can you find the name repeated over and over again in this picture?. L U K E. Block Name Design.

By lloyd
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Impressionistic Landscape

Impressionistic Landscape

Impressionistic Landscape. Process by oil pastel. Impressionistic Landscape. Background Middleground Horizon Line Foreground. Requirements. Must be of LAND. (hence, the word LANDscape) Must include the Foreground, Middleground, Background AND Horizon Line. LAYERED Colors

By kyoko
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Fauvist Trees and Landscapes

Fauvist Trees and Landscapes

Fauvist Trees and Landscapes . 16 x 20 1 inch margin. FAUVISM. Fauvism is the style of les Fauves (French for "the wild beasts"), a group of early twentieth-century artists whose works emphasized strong color. .

By sofia
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Earth Day: Earth Day

Earth Day: Earth Day

Earth Day: Earth Day. April 22. Why was Earth Day started?. 1960s Environment was in visible ruins Pollution People were mad Politicians weren’t concerned with “being green” . How was Earth Day started?. Rally Gaylord Nelson – Senator from Wisconsin April 22, 1970

By caspar
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Art Journaling

Art Journaling

Art Journaling. Zentangles. A fun , relaxing drawing practice using structured patterns. Interpreting Quotes. Looking at words in a non- literal way Translating to picture form. Layering.

By primo
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Still Life Collage

Still Life Collage

Still Life Collage. A still life is a work of art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter, typically commonplace objects which may be either natural (food, flowers, plants, rocks, or shells) or man-made (drinking glasses, books, vases, jewelry, coins, and so on) in an artificial setting. .

By nigel
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Unit 5: Shoes as Artworks Sneakers Drawing with an “artistic twist”

Unit 5: Shoes as Artworks Sneakers Drawing with an “artistic twist”

Unit 5: Shoes as Artworks Sneakers Drawing with an “artistic twist”. Requirements :. Draw your sneakers paying close attention to the details and textures on the shoe. This drawing requires close observation, you are to remain silent so you can concentrate on your drawings.

By addo
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Dot Day 2011

Dot Day 2011

Dot Day 2011. With Mrs. Coleman’s 4 th grade class!. Theme. First of all, The Dot fits perfectly into my class curriculum. Theme is in the fourth grade standards, and we have been discussing this topic for the past couple weeks. So, we started off by reviewing theme.

By rocco
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Warm & Cool Patterned Animal Drawing

Warm & Cool Patterned Animal Drawing

Warm & Cool Patterned Animal Drawing. Create a one inch x one inch grid on your 12x12 paper Choose an animal and draw it on your paper surrounded by a circle. Begin filling the sections of your animal with different patterns Go over your pattern lines with sharpie.

By adem
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Leaving Cert Art 400 marks

Leaving Cert Art 400 marks

Leaving Cert Art 400 marks. Still-life/ Imaginative Composition 100 Craft / Design 100 Life Drawing 50 Art History 150. Drawing from observation, using coloured media such as paint, oil pastels, crayons etc. Still-life.

By coral
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Lesson 2: Dots, dots, dots

Lesson 2: Dots, dots, dots

Lesson 2: Dots, dots, dots. 2 weeks. Abstract Art. Using a combination of lines, shapes, colours and patterns to represent an idea. Abstract Art does not look like any object/ person in real life. Making dots like Vashti. Your Project: The Dot.

By evelyn
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Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Self Portrait. I Am What I… Exploring identity through objects. What is a self portrait?. What would you think about this person?. What about this person?. …this person?. This old guy?. These two artists?.

By willa
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The Demise of the Cotton Ball Bunny Sherry Snowden NAEA Conference – Seattle 2011

The Demise of the Cotton Ball Bunny Sherry Snowden NAEA Conference – Seattle 2011

The Demise of the Cotton Ball Bunny Sherry Snowden NAEA Conference – Seattle 2011. Things to consider when teaching art to wee ones…. They know if you are having fun…and they expect to have fun…so it better be fun ! Do not underestimate what they can do…

By fineen
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three dimensional quality

three dimensional quality

What is Form in Art?. sense of volume and mass. illusion that objects , whether sculpted, drawn, painted or printed are solid, not flat. three dimensional quality. Example of actual form in 3 D art. Sculptor: Bruce Armstrong Title: Bete Noir (black beast) Medium: carved wood Date: 2007.

By dhinds
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Oil Pastels

Oil Pastels

Oil Pastels. Explain oil pastels-still life image Pointillism landscape due by this Thursday 4 sketchbook due by 3/22/2012 SSR Wednesday Incentive Thursday. You will need to have your shelves cleaned out by the end of class Thursday Keep your sketchbook/folder Keep your current assignment.

By hollandk
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