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Middle School Art

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Welcome! This blog post explores a project that depicts one cohesive image divided into 7 sections which illustrate the 7 elements of art: line, shape, color, form, value, texture, and space. The elements of art the artists toolbox they can use in an endless amount of ways to create infinite art solutions. This is a

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After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

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This project is a great way to teach positive and negative space in art. It is perfect for Halloween or anytime of year. Find step-by-step instructions and ideas for your classroom.

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After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

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After a decade of teaching high school art, I've recently moved to teaching middle school art. It's a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I've learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded

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This Neuro Doodle art lesson is inspired by Neurographic art and is great for teaching mindfulness in the art room. This design project is perfect for middle...

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I really enjoy the process of painting and drawing on a black surface. The black paper sets your deepest shadows, and your job as the artist is to bring the light and color to life. You are essentially creating LIGHT with color, how cool is that? If you are new to working on black paper

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Middle School artists began the year by looking at the art Guiseppe Arcimboldo, a Renaissance painter who created portraits made up of other objects (such as fruit, vegetables and birds). The students took this concept and made it their own by filling their own silhouette with images of things that tell something about themselves. Students used pencil, ink and watercolors to complete their works.

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Students learned how to mix tints (a color + white) and shades (a color + black) then used this skill to create an atmospheric landscape with tempera on paper.

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