We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLeah MacDonald
Modified over 3 years ago
MAEA 2010 Conference Suzanne Butler-Lich Northview Public Schools
Preparing students Start at the earliest age Teach them the tools to be independent Model Step back… let them fail….
Tips and Tricks
Lessons for success Open ended Model lessons for technique
Just a little bit Use tempera as part of a lesson Good way to ease students (and yourself) into using paint..
Kindergarten Rounded Shapes
Dragons and Beetles
First Grade Color Mixing
Fauve Houses and Architects for Birds
The Jacket I Wear In The Snow
Abstract Expressionism Expressive Lines Secondary Colors Details
Symmetry and Analogous Colors
Third Grade Landscapes
Picasso and Matisse
Jim Dine Hearts
Fourth Grade Abstract Paintings turned… Stella Reliefs
Thiebaud Cool Ice Cream
Value Exercise Monochromatic Star Problem
But I do not have sinks! Water solutions Clean water bucket- dirty water bucket Use tempera as details or part of a lesson
But I am on a Cart! Organization Size of paper (size of brushes) Ice cube trays Drying space
Painting with Watercolo ur. Block Paints -Easy to work with -Translucent or opaque painting techniques. -Easy to clean. -Easy to mix and create new colours.
The color wheel fits together like a puzzle - each color in a specific place. Being familiar with the color wheel not only helps you mix colors when.
AP/Studio Art E.Lyon. Time to Paint! Pick up a board at the door with paper taped to it(don’t worry at the end of class you will tape another.
Drawing & Painting II Final Exam Review Study Guide Vocabulary The Elements & Principles of Design Hands On Section.
Central Primary School Arts Day First Grade: Henri Matisse – Apples (Tempera Painting)
From Plan to Poster. DRILL: Take out your poster plan and an iPad- 10 min lesson 1. What could you repeat in your design?
Matter Fourth Grade. The student will learn: What matter is. How to identify matter. The three different states of matter.
Neutrals and Pastels Objective: You will define neutral and pastel colors in order to apply these color schemes to your designs. DRILL: Find your neutral.
COLOR THEORY FINE ART I. COLOR WHEEL A tool used by artists to help them create unique colors, and decide on which colors to use when adding color to.
7 th Grade Value Color Portrait Format the paper for framing later, or draw frame. Decide if you want a horizontal or vertical format. Lightly draw your.
5 th Grade Art 2 5 th Grade –Art Vocabulary Personal voice content Product design, Print & digital media Imaginative, Arbitrary colors, local & non local.
Intermediate and Analogous Colors. Intermediate and Analogous colors Objective: You will analyze and define color in artwork in order to select and apply.
Drawing & Painting I Final Exam Review Study Guide Vocabulary The Elements & Principles of Design Hands On Section.
Give each student: Paper (watercolor) Watercolor paints (white pallet trays) Paintbrushes (one thick, one small) Pencil Give each table: Basket of oil.
Wet-in-Wet Painting Three styles: Direct With Line Within Shapes You will need 3 pieces of watercolor paper for this exercise.
Color Color is an of artElement. Color Theory Gives us practical guidance to mix colors Allows us to create visual impacts (emphasis, mood, connections.
Color Color occurs when light in different wavelengths strikes our eyes. Objects have no color of their own, only the ability to reflect a certain wavelength.
Watercolor Designs Edith Bowen 1 st grade. Intro Kids sat on rug to start lesson The class was set up with tables grouped together, about 5 kids per group.
3 painting un-numbers craftsmanship. 3rd Grade Un-numbers In this project we are painting hidden numbers. All the ends of the lines that made the numbers.
Mondrian A Lesson in Layout and Color. Description: This slide show will be used to teach line, geometric shapes and color mixing, elements of design.
WASSILY KANDINSKY. Born in Russia in 1866 Started with painting only landscapes or scenes outside. He then decided to paint only shapes, colors and lines.
ABCs of Art Cheri Lloyd
Project #2: Pop Art Candy Painting Quick look ahead… We will review the criteria later, but first we must learn and practice tempera techniques!
Color Wheel. Step 1: You will need to get 12x18 inch white paper to paint on.
Monochromati c Color Scheme. Monochromatic Color Scheme – A color scheme in which the artist uses only one “hue” (color) plus shades and tints of that.
Starry Night by Vincent Can Gogh First Grade. Primary and Secondary Colors.
“Fish Magic” by Paul Klee Oil & watercolour varnished; 1925.
Watercolor Skies Transparent Watercolor. Transparent Colors Watercolors are referred to as transparent paint. This mean that if you draw on paper with.
Sonia Delaunay (November 14, 1885 – December 5, 1979) Jewish- French artist Art uses geometric shapes Use of repetition of shapes
How to Create a Model Volcano Follow the following steps in order to create your own model volcano!
ART news Ms. Melissa About the Art Room Focus of Study: November Grades K-4: Shape Grades 5-8: Drawing Wexler Grant Kindergarten Kindergarteners have been.
Non-objective Cut-up Painting. Use tempera paint on railroad board to make non-objective painting.
CALENDAR PROJECT Kindergarten 12 Short Lessons for Learning Skills Finished by December Carolyn Steenland, Tri County Area Schools
Grade: Kindergarten Color Theory with Autumn Leaves Goal: Students will create Autumn themed color wheels in order to demonstrate an understanding of color.
Color Wheel/Color Theory Art 1. Before we begin… This project is very straightforward, but there are a lot of details and directions. There will be a.
Up Close and Personal: Watercolor Painting Activities by Mary Erickson, Ph.D. with Arizona art teacher Pat Burdette.
The Importance of Art Experiences Art promotes the growth of physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. They learn the respect the property.
Project List. Grade K Lines and Shapes Geometric Shapes (robot) Organic Shapes (alien) Using Shapes (face, house, castle, image of their own choice) Shape.
Color Schemes Color Schemes. Monochromatic “Mono” means “one” “Chroma” means “color” Monochromatic color schemes have only ONE color and its values. The.
February 21 Draw a radial mandala (everything comes out from a central point) design using at least three different geometric shapes.
7th Grade Cool Snow Flakes color - shape Objectives: Learn Focus on. Materials manilla sketch paper 9x12 cut down to 9x9 you will need about 4 per student.
BELLRINGER/PRACTICE Enter quietly. Be seated. Study monthly vocabulary. Complete a value scale practice sheet in pencil. Use 9 steps of gradation from.
Art Masterpiece 3 rd Grade Lesson 5 Jackson Pollock.
Warm-Up9/16 Draw a word in 3-D If time add shading and shadows.
Painting Architectural Portraits In Watercolor. You could paint a castle.
Up Close and Personal: Silk Painting Activities by Mary Erickson, Ph.D. with Arizona art teachers Pat Burdette and Suzanne Gregory.
Vance Kirkland’s Dots!!!. Vance Kirkland American Painter, Dots - Dots and more dots.
Historical Painting Technique On a canvas board students will create: 4 different, equal-sized paintings that utilize the 4 different painting techniques.
COLORCOLOR. Hue The name of a pure color is HUE. For example, blue, red, yellow, etc. Primary colors are : Red, Yellow, Blue. They are called primary.
Marcel Duchamp – ready made become sculpture. Cubist Sculpture – Abstract and broken down to the simplest form of the human figure Giacometti, Lipschitz,
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.