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Cityscape, Architecture, Skyline, Printmaking, Watercolor good for ellie

Whether it is paint, oil pastel, crayon, or anything else you could think of (yarn, paper, sequins...), 8th grade students are showing what they know about value through the process of making portraits.

Whether it is paint, oil pastel, crayon, or anything else you could think of, grade students are showing what they know about value through the process of making portraits.

Art Room 104: 2nd Grade Printmaking Unit: Symmetrical City Scapes

For the second project in our printmaking unit, students created these symmetrical city scapes using the intaglio process.

In the Art Room: Printed Cityscape Collages with Third Grade | Cassie Stephens | Bloglovin�

In the Art Room: Printed Cityscape Collages with Third Grade (Cassie Stephens)

In the Art Room: Printed Cityscape Collages with Third Grade | Cassie Stephens | Bloglovin�

Art in the Middle...school: Paint Samples= Value City

Art in the Middle.school: Paint Samples= Value City. Note: Have the students make their own paint chips by making tints and shades.

Mrs. Knight's Smartest Artists: Mosaic Collographs, 3rd grade

YEAR 3 For several years, my third graders have explored collograph printing by creating snowy evergreens. Our timing didn't quite work out th.

Print Making-- this blog has lots of art ideas.  She does a drop in art program for kids.

I had a wonderful day of making art with children of all ages at the OKCMOA's Drop-in Art Program this past weekend.

Collaborate! Go outside. Have fun! (amy sterly, cork tile print #2, via Flickr.)......I would LOVE to try this with my middle school students

Oh what fun. Amy Sterly cork tile print "We did a second print with new images from the kids.

Printmaking with foam pieces... eek! So fun.

Love This Printmaking Technique: Foam Shapes

Lesson idea: individually create a building, but have to collaborate to brainstorm what is needed to make a city function and create those additional elements to incorporate into an installation  could be 2D or 3D

James Rizzi Lesson idea: individually create a building, but have to collaborate to brainstorm what is needed to make a city function and create those additional elements to incorporate into an installation could be or

Tints and Shades Jim Dine Hearts - Artsonia Lesson Plan

Tints and Shades Jim Dine Hearts - Artsonia Lesson Plan my grade class?

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