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We borrowed this lesson idea from the awesome Italian art blog of Arteascuola. Check out the blog here . The make-your-own scratch art surfa...

Chinese history - A great tutorial for scratch your own Ming vases. scratch away the paint to reveal blue underneath. You could also do black and clay colors for Greek pottery or do different cultures such as Asia, Ancient Greece, etc.

Year6 Ming Vases at Cherry Garden Primary School    We’ve tried an effective technique to imitate the Ming Vases, the typical Chinese...

Ming Vases at Cherry Garden Primary School We’ve tried an effective technique to imitate the Ming Vases, the typical Chinese.

Elements of art

I call this lesson "Spinning Elements". I do it with my grade. This is an example. The "crust" of the circle is the color wheel.

Ming Vases - Oil Pastel Then Scratch Art Over Gesso

I’ve tried an effective technique to imitate the Ming Vases, the typical Chinese vases in white porcelain with blue decorations. We begin copying the characteristic shapes of the Chinese vases from…

Athenian Vase shapes from History of Art   www.ou.edu

Athenian Vase shapes from History of Art www.edu Helpful handout or slide when beginning pottery vessels unit

The kids use cut-up paint chips to create their mosaic masterpieces. Could also use construction paper

I haven't jumped on the paint chip bandwagon, but I like this one. The kids use cut-up paint chips to create their mosaic masterpieces.

scratch art greek vases prior to making paper mache vases

scratch art greek vases prior to making paper mache vases. Cool, but use with slab slump mold red earth paint over with black slip paint with wax and dig away design.

Beginning a class or school year with this question would serve as a basis for teaching the specific students. Keeping this board up all year would also serve as a reminder to the importance of art. Also, allowing students to read what their peers have written might create critical thinking that they did not initially think of.

Passive program with this question would serve as a reminder to the importance of art. Also, allowing students to read what their peers have written might create critical thinking that they did not initially think of.

Ming Vases- oil pastel with gesso painted over-top, then scratch out designs

I’ve tried an effective technique to imitate the Ming Vases, the typical Chinese vases in white porcelain with blue decorations. We begin copying the characteristic shapes of the Chinese vases from…

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