Star and Moon Sheet Metal Arabic Design

Arabic design - looking through the cut-out pattern to the sky. This pattern of great symmetry and beauty is based on an Arabic lattice-work window design.

Geometric Patterns in Islamic Art

Geography: Attributed to Syria. free blown, enameled and gilded; tooled on the pontil.

Mrs. Castellano’s 8th grade art students learned about the ancient art of Islam and their use of radial symmetry in tile design. Printmaking techniques where used to replicate the look of tile. Students made one interesting abstract design using precise measurements that when duplicated in a radial pattern, matched up to one another creating a new design. Tiles where completed with specific color combinations to convey the emotional quality desired.

This gallery displays schools and student art projects in our museum and offer exciting lesson plan art project ideas.

Blue Tile - Ann Chandler Design

Soft tactile velvet printed with exotic designs - cushion cover (Anna Chandler Designs).


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Metropolitan Museum: Lesson Plan: Geometric Design in Islamic Art

Students will be able to use a compass and straightedge to construct regular polygons, and recognize ways works of art from the Islamic world utilize geometric forms and relationships.

Wanderlustroots's Travel Blog: Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - August 17, 2010

Wanderlustroots's Travel Blog: Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei - August 17, 2010

Aleksandra Domanovic -   untitled (30.III.2010), 2010  printable monuments to the abolished .yu domain  3 x 7.500 page paper-stack sculpture, A4 inkjet

Aleksandra Domanovic - untitled 2010 printable monuments to the abolished .yu domain 3 x page paper-stack sculpture, inkjet

This is a drawing lesson aimed at using line to create value on both flat and curved surfaces. The techniques covered are hatching and cross-hatching. These processes are typically associated with 'pen and ink' and intaglio printmaking.

Demonstrates the varying textures that are created depending on whether you use hatching or cross-hatching on an object.

Mike is one of my favourite Pacific artists. Wellington based "Michel Tuffery attended Otago Polytechnic to 1989 and the School of Fine Arts at the University of Manoa, Hawaii, in 1990. He has undertaken residencies in New Zealand, Hong Kong and Australia at both community and institution level and has participated in numerous international exhibitions, symposiums and workshops. Renowned as a printmaker and sculptor, Tuffery has developed his art practise towards performance, sound…

Mike is one of my favourite Pacific artists. Wellington based "Michel Tuffery attended Otago Polytechnic to

School at St. George Place Creation Station Elementary Art Blog The students in upper grades have started working on a printmaking project with collograph plates. The art word for this project is texture! Using repurposed materials, such as corrugated cardboard, thin cardboard from cereal boxes, burlap & yarn to create these wonderful collograph designs. Students to finish their design by using gloss medium to create rough textured areas.

School at St. George Place Creation Station Elementary Art Blog The students in upper grades have started working on a printmaking project with collograph plates. The art word for this project is texture! Using repurposed materials, such as corrugated cardboard, thin cardboard from cereal boxes, burlap & yarn to create these wonderful collograph designs. Students to finish their design by using gloss medium to create rough textured areas.

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