Author: Dennas Davis
Posted by Dennas Davis | May 17, 2017
May 15 – 19 • Overview: After a warmup of drawing vegetables from life, students will work together to compose a photo. The teacher prints the photo, which has no obvious focal point. Students will see a video profiling Andy Warhol and learning about emphasis and repetition as design components. They’ll draw and paint the veggies using one in an accent color to emphasize it, creating a Most Important Spot.Read More
Posted by Dennas Davis | May 12, 2017
May 15 – 19 • Overview: Students draw 3 still life objects and color them with oil pastels. They’re cut out and the children have fun sliding them up, down, right and left until they find a good spot for each of them, one at a time. All are glued into place for a nice still life artwork. Then the objects are turned into silly cartoons and colored with markers for a fun finish to the lesson.Read More
Updated 5-11-17 • What’s up with using our Pinterest boards? This post tells you all the ins and outs for making it work on your devices.Read More
Posted by Dennas Davis | May 7, 2017
May 1 – 5 • Overview: Continuing last week, where they began 2 projects, students will first add watercolor to their expressive animal ink drawings. Then they continue with corrugated cardboard to build their interlocking panel sculptures. Today they’ll finish building the sculpture, and then they’ll prime with gesso. Next week is finishing and painting the surface.Read More
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