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Mrs. Tabitha Seaton - OpArt Hands  I needed an art activity for teens and found this. Unfortunately, not many teens showed up, but there were a lot of kids and they really enjoyed this activity. It also looks amazing once it's done.

I have helping hands. Teaching the Elements of Art with hands - this picture shows form - pin links to fabulous ideas!

Ahh this is crazy! Trace the hand in pencil. With a marker, draw a straight line until you get to the hand. Then make a curve from one line to the next, then continue the straight line.

Optical Illusion Hand Drawing - trace the hand in pencil. With a marker, draw a straight line until you get to the hand. Then make a curve from one line to the next, then continue the straight line.

This doodle gives the simple idea of tracing your hand a whole new meaning. Look closely at all of the inspiring quotes inside!

This doodle gives the simple idea of tracing your hand a whole new meaning. Look closely at all of the inspiring quotes inside! A new spin on Op Art.

we heart art: to 3-D or not to 3-D? that is the question!

grade - we Heart Art: to or not to that is the question! I love this op art lesson! It's easy, interesting and successful!

From exhibit "Complementary colors"  by Dominic1139 (Art ID #9825593)   from Lawrence School— grade 8   United States

Last week, grade students learnt about complementary colours. The main complementary colours are: blue and orange green and .

Color top half with water base markers (Crayola) and spray bottom half with water then fold paper and press.  LOVE IT!

Color top half with Crayola markers. Spray bottom half with water. Fold paper and press. Incorporate this with a lesson on transferring. Perhaps maybe tie in water reflections?

arteascuola: A cup of fantasy!

CONTINUITY IN COLOR--------------elementary art lesson grade coffee cups tempera paint pattern color. Would love to find this template to make a piece of art for my kitchen!

foreground, middleground, background, tints and shades

Monochromatic Tree Painting Beginning painiting students created a monochromatic painting of a winter pecan tree grove. Students chose an intermediate color and made tints and shades of that color to complete the painting.

Kids Artists: Op art in complementary colours

Kids Artists: Op art in complementary colours--Valentine's Day art? I like this for grade instead of the shapes we did this year

Art Ed Central loves:That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Standard Students will understand and apply media, techniques, and processes. Art Ed Central loves:That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

TeachKidsArt: Line Designs with Shading

line design op art- I did this with my students, but I find it a relaxing activity to do, myself. The end result is so cool!

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