Check out what the students in Mrs. VandenBush's classroom are doing in art! Some of th lesson ideas I come up with, but many of these ideas come from other wonderful art teachers!
Love the warm and cool colors. Pinned.
These are wonderful, so bright and cheery! Love them!
Can you please email me this project? How did you teach it? Tell me more!!! Brianne_Walterhouse@yahoo.comI LOVE THEM!Thank you!
We studied Mexican Art and focused on the Aztec Sunstone. Then students drew a sun keeping straight lines on one half (sun and background) and curvy lines on the other half. Then studied warm/cool colors and how to blend colors. Students used warm colors on one half of their sun and then cool colors in background and then vice vera. Student learned that by switching their color groups they created contrast in their art.
The Aztec Suns came out great, super bright! Great blog too!
Love the Aztec Suns was just wondering if you could also send me on how you achieved this beautiful contrast firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
Did you start with black paper then have them draw in pencil and outline in black pastels? Or did you start with white paper?
Started with white paper, pencil, oil crayons and then finally outline with black oil crayon.
These are amazing! Thanks for sharing the lesson.