Op art in complementary colours
You need: drawing paper 14 by 14 cm ruler pencil piece of cardboard, 6 by cm markers black paper for background scissors glue Check during the introduction of this lesson what students already know about primary and secundary colours. What are the primary colours? How do you make secondary colours out of them? Show a picture of the colour circle and tell about complementary colours: the colours who are opposite to eachother in the colour circle. Blue and orange, yellow and purple, greed and…
Creative Pencil Shaving Art
Graphic designer Marta Altes creates creative artworks from reused pencil shavings. Marta Altes was initially trained in Barcelona before moving to England to pursue her MA in Children’s Book Illustration from the Cambridge School of Art. Her playful, simple pieces burst with child-like creativity, turning pencil shavings into various artworks (lion’s mane, a cape for a bullfighter, flower petals or a wave for a surfer... and more!).
Oaxacan Animals with Foil and Cardboard
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Cat Nouveau | Briar Press | A letterpress community
On an oblong canvas I would use this as a base or background in any colour, then sponge paint a pattern on top of the cat shape.
Messy Art Activities for Kids - How Wee Learn
These are great art projects for kids to make! These are process art activities for kids that are meaningful and build creativity and imaginations. Crafts have their place as well - they are great for helping kids learn to follow instructions, build fine motor skills, etc. But this post is all about ART projects for kids! #howweelearn #artprojects #artprojectsforkids #artsandcraftsforkids #processart #kidsart #artforkids #preschoolartprojects #preschoolart #craftsforkids #art