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A finished piece! Start with a bag of circles... Cut a sheet of 11 inch x 11 inch white paper. Use the extra strip of paper you will get (if you are cutting 12x18 inch paper) to make a book mark. When the bookmarks were finished we added yarn to the end. Once you have traced out all the circles, color them with markers. No white spots. Cut the paper into 4 equal squares. Then spin the squares so they look good together but do not go back to the original positions. Leave a pinky finger space…
Cassy Therien saved to Art Education
May 23, 2012 This was not my idea, but rather something I saw on my good friend Katy Tannert's blog. It is based off of the work of Stephan Bucher and the daily monster he does. My students absolutely loved his concepts. Using india ink we set out on our way to whole new creation. Check out what developed! April 15, 2012 Biographical Artist Board Games Let the games begin! Da Vinci Run, VanGopoly, and more! Students gained incredible art knowledge by working in partners to create these board…
Ashley Lytle saved to 5th Grade Art Projects
“(커미션! Commission for @tonyotero1 ) Divine Sword Irelia~ Thank you so much for your application for commission!♡ 불멸의 영웅 이렐리아에요 의뢰하신 표정이 맘에 들어서 되게 재밌게 작업했어요 헤헤 그쿔.. 이런표정..”
FRANK STELLA PAPER SCULPTURES Artists enjoyed exploring the work of American, abstract artist, Frank Stella. His work transpired over years of building his shapes, and then painting them, cut, tangled, & mangled and most of them, monumental in size, for all to enjoy. Today, Stella works in his huge studio in upstate New York at the age of 77. The artist says, “A sculpture is just a painting, cut apart and stood up somewhere.” After viewing many of Stella’s work on line, students marveled at…
ANALIA CORBANI saved to taller 5°
WELCOME TO MY CLASSROOM AND THE AMAZING IMAGINATION OF THE STUDENTS AT RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL, RICHMOND, B.C.
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