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MAEA 2010 Conference Suzanne Butler-Lich email@example.com@aol.com 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
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.
You are responsible for all information when you are absent.
ABCs of Art Cheri Lloyd
How to Create a Model Volcano
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.
Decoupage (Drawing with scissors)
What would happen if you ‘just forgot’? By: Sarah Kirchoff.
The Importance of Art Experiences Art promotes the growth of physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development. They learn the respect the property.
Drawing & Painting I Final Exam Review
Watercolor Skies Transparent Watercolor. Transparent Colors Watercolors are referred to as transparent paint. This mean that if you draw on paper with.
Starry Night by Vincent Can Gogh First Grade
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.
Color Wheel. Step 1: You will need to get 12x18 inch white paper to paint on.
Looking at Art… Be an Art Detective. What shapes do you see? Do you see any lines in these artworks? What kinds? What colours did the artist use? What.
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.
Color Schemes Color Schemes.
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.
Grade: Kindergarten Color Theory with Autumn Leaves Goal: Students will create Autumn themed color wheels in order to demonstrate an understanding of color.
Historical Painting Technique On a canvas board students will create: 4 different, equal-sized paintings that utilize the 4 different painting techniques.
Color Color is an of artElement. Color Theory Gives us practical guidance to mix colors Allows us to create visual impacts (emphasis, mood, connections.
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