fine art by Patty Baker - original and commissioned paintings, contemporary acrylic paintings
Fine Art by Patty Baker - original contemporary acrylic paintings, fine art by artist Patty Baker - view Patty's original acrylic paintings depicting a variety of subjects on eBay. Site also features information on Patty's line of panoramic mountain prints of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
One-Point Perspective Spooky Landscapes
My example on light paper My example on black paper I know! My students were quick to point out that it wasn't October. But I have been doing quite a bit of animal themed projects lately and I was inspired by this wonderful One Point Perspective Lesson from SmART Class and this lesson by Shine Brite Zamorano inspired by this artwork . My students chose between black or light colored construction paper to set their mood. I used Natalie's incredibly helpful guidelines to help the children set…
Tart--Teaching Art with Attitude
My 4/5 Students created the colorful Salvador Dali portraits--I am sure I found this on another blog--sorry I can't remember! The other drawing is a wonderful Charcoal grid drawing done by one of my talented middle school students. Dali was quite the inspiration this past year!
Jack and the Beanstalk
An easy peasy way to draw an exceptionally tall giant! Age: Upper primary Resources: paper, pencil, eraser, watercolour paint, ruler What you do: STEPS 1- 4 I have drawn in pen so you can see! You do it all in light pencil because you are going to need to rub some lines out before you paint. 1) Using a pencil on A4 white paper draw a point in the middle of the top and one at the middle of the bottom. Join these lines using a ruler. Then draw a line from the top middle to each bottom edge. 2)…
Artwork published by Emily16911
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Matisse Inspired Lessons
HeNRI MATISSE December 31, 1869- November 5, 1954 I began this unit on Matisse by showing the video "Dropping in on Matisse", then reading the book "Drawing with Scissors". I read on more on my own the book "Matisse from A to Z". I am totally hooked on Matisse for some reason. So, I decided to try three lesson inspired by the artist this year. The first one is... PICTURE IN A PICTURE (worksheet below created by Tabitha Seaton) (This is a new lesson I will be doing soon, examples coming…
You need: drawing paper pencil pictures of chips bags color pencils black marker Look at chips bags and discuss what stands out. the name of the chips is usually at the top of the bag the name is large and sometimes in 3D letters bright colors taste and weight is on it it has an image of one or more chips special features can be on it, like New, Party Pack or Less Fat Draw the wavy outlines of a chips bag. Think of a name and flavor for your chips. Draw the name on the bag in large 3D…
Artwork published by Hill14
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Fun with one point perspective boxes and other geometric forms
CREATE YOUR OWN SURREALISTIC ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE LANDSCAPE Follow the step by step directions in the You Tube video above to draw this picture of one point perspective boxes. In order to fully understand perspective drawing it is helpful to print out a cube pattern,like the one pictured above, with each side of the cube a different color. Tape a piece of paper to the wall and draw a horizon line that is exactly at the same level as your eyes. Hold the cube above the horizon line. How many…
perspective snowman 4th Grade
Here is a project we decided to do with the 4th grade class it was a forced perspective Snowman, it was colored with crayons and white oil pastels