Artist uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks
It's that wonderful time of year again when the leaves turn red, golden and brown and gather in enticing piles at the side of our streets, all ready to be jumped in and kicked about. But Polish artist...
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40 Simple and Easy Doodle Art Ideas to Try
Gone are those days when doodling was only for the kids. If you want to touch your artistic side, these simple and easy doodle art ideas to try.
How to be successful and enjoy your A Level Art exam
Emily Fielding gained 100% for A Level Art, while studying at Kennet School, England. Emily shares tips and advice for students who are sitting the A2 Art exam.
Visual Art Gelli Printmaking, Nature Inspired Monoprints with Watercolor
This is one of those lessons that not only reinforces and teaches art basics like color mixing, shape, balance, printmaking basics, and watercolor techniuqes, but also is very successful for all of my students. Everyone creates a beautiful, take home work of art.
Cubism music instrument lesson plan
Cubism Instrument Oil Pastel and Collage Art Lesson for Middle School or High School Art. Create an original composition of instruments in the Cubism style using abstraction techniques and Cubism characteristics.
Blackout Poety : Poems even Middle Schoolers Love Writing • Textile+Type
Blackout poems are a fun, simple, and creative way to expose students to poetry. How you adapt the lesson depends on the skill you're covering. The options for how to incorporate blackout, or found poetry, are endless but the result is always the same -- an engaged classroom and a concrete example of poetry basics you and your students can utilize throughout the year.
Tim Marsh Nature Artist
In a post from 3-29-10 I showed just a peek of my painting in progress titled, "God of the Upper World". Well here is the completed painting. I know what most of you are thinking. What's up with the title? The Aztec and Maya people revered the Jaguar for its energy and agile abilities. So much so that they were looked upon as physical forms of great gods. The black or dark furred Jaguar, better known as a Panther, was called the god of the under world. The normal and lighter colored fur, as…