How to Paint Abstract Art: A Step-by-Step Visual Guide for Creating Abstract Paintings in Acrylics — Art is Fun
Want to learn how to paint abstract art in acrylics? Here's a step-by-step guide showing you techniques for creating colorful, funky abstract paintings in acrylic.
Art Lesson: Op Art Using Line & Value
After teaching students about the elements of art, make the elements come alive by creating some Op Art! This art lesson packet includes the presentations, handouts, rubrics and labels to help you from start to finish! Op Art Lessons The 3 Op Art lessons are Negative Positive Value Scale, Waving F...
Optical Design. Colored pencils abstract coloring. Art lesson.
Art lesson. How to draw and color an optical design. Add an illusion of depth in the design by using colored pencils coloring techniques. Mix and blend colors.
Gloria. SOLD Drawing
Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the drawing, "Gloria. SOLD," by L Lovenstein, sold and originally listed for $385 USD. Original Drawing: watercolor, ink, photograph on Paper. Size is 15 H x 11 W x 1 in.
Remember that giant heart my students made out of cardboard tubes? Well it was taken to the annual recycled art exhibit I participate in and was proudly displayed amongst some really wonderful recycled art projects from local schools in the area. Here are some highlights (and if you didn't see our project, you can click HeRe to view it):
Lesson Plans - The Art of Education University
Grade Level: 3-5 Art Elements: Color, Line Art Skills: Warm, Cool and Neutral Colors, Painting Making Connections: Art History * Get more free lessons like this, on our Lessons Page This lesson is one of my favorites. Students learn about the painting, “The Scream” by Munch. They re-create the painting and then draw why THEY …
High School Art lesson// George Segal inspired research masks// Art I
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Art Lesson: Pop Art Monochromatic Value Portraits
The purpose of this lesson is to teach students about Pop Art - but also about copyright and rights of publicity. Students will find a photograph of a celebrity they admire. They will write a letter to the copyright holder asking permission to make a painting from the photograph (a derived work of art).
Free Expressive Line handout and substitute lesson
Here is another sample page from Ande Cook that was sent out with SchoolArts magazine several years ago. The page "Expressive Line" challenges students to imagine everything a line can do. I wrote up a brief sub lesson for this worksheet explaining everything the teacher should do to help students understand this exercise.
High School Art Lesson - Self-Portrait with color schemes in oil pastel. Transfer or enlarge with the grid method. This is a great time to practice drawing/transferring upside down in order to see shapes and spacial relationships.