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Printmaking projects

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mixed media print Using the table for the mini print plate

One of the best things about being a teacher is that you get to learn right alongside your students. And even though we’re all busy, it’s important to take the time to stop and reflect. Today I’d love to share some of the amazing things I recently learned from my AOE students. I just finished up teaching AOE’s Studio: Printmaking […]

A collograph is a simple printmaking process that is fun to use with children and is an easy way to make sheets of wrapping paper, cards or ...

A collograph is a simple printmaking process that is fun to use with children and is an easy way to make sheets of wrapping paper, cards or a piece of art to hang on the wall. You start by cutting out shapes from different materials. I used a sheet of craft foam, a paper that has the texture of corrugated cardboard and a leftover roll of the material that is used to line drawers in your bathroom. All of the materials should be about the same thickness. After cutting out a variety of shapes I…

Mixed Media Nature Collage Prints | Ms. Amsler's Artroom

SUMMARY: We began this lesson by creating a series of oil pastel-patterned papers. Working with distinct warm or cool color schemes, the students created a total of four patterned rectangles w…

My Favorite Middle School Art Projects » Make a Mark Studios

After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

Radial Printmaking (4th) Art with Mrs. Nguyen

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this project - AND so do the kids! :) We begin by talking about what a mandala is, how it has radial symmetry, and even watch an amazing video clip I found on YouTube of some Tibetan monks creating one with sand (the video clip is a must - it puts the kids in awe). I tell the kids that the radial symmetry found in the mandala will be the inspiration for our very own printmaking project! Then we look at an amazingly awesome PowerPoint I put together to show students how to…

Studio and Garden: Adventures in Printmaking Stamping with corrugated cardboard shapes

It is a lot of fun, and very exciting, to start on something new. After seeing the Print/Out show at MoMA, which had some prints using unusual materials, I had a yen to try a different kind of printmaking than I'd done in the past. Years ago I did many drypoints, some of which I hand colored. You can see a selection of the prints I did with Ken Tyler's master printer Tony Kirk on the National Gallery of Australia's website. But I'm not doing landscape anymore and have no desire to make…

plastic bag printmaking

I fell in love with printmaking back in college and my favorite printing process is monotyping- drawing or painting on a smooth no...

A set of three gelli prints made by printing with leaves and adding watercolor to two. This is a fail proof project! #gelli #gelliprint #printmaking #painting #watercolor #tpt #teacherspayteachers #artproject

A set of three gelli prints made by printing with leaves and adding watercolor to two. This is a fail proof project! #gelli #gelliprint #printmaking #painting #watercolor #tpt #teacherspayteachers #artproject