April 24, 2013
Art Lesson - Metallic Trees inspired by Gustav Klimt
This week my K-5 art classes looked at the gilded paintings of Klimt. We used black card stock metallic markers to draw trees inspired by his "Tree of Life" painting. Concentrating on swirls and geometric shapes, the children created patterns on the ground and in the trees. Some of them used real gold leaf for a finishing touch.
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April 18, 2013
Art Lesson - Torn Paper Landscapes
Sometimes it's fun to just rip paper. For this project, we used construction paper and glue sticks. That's it! Thinking about layering and landscapes, my K-5th grade students made torn paper hills and flowers.
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