Abstract Art Effect Created by Pipettes

Here is a fantastic color mixing lesson. This could be a great thing to fill up free time after lessons. Thank you http://casamarias.blogspot.com/ for the fun post. The children created abstract designs by squirting liquid watercolors all over paper towels. We prefer to use glass containers, because one gets to experience the true colors of paint this... Continue Reading →

Printmaking – Hokusai to Warhol

Wood block and Lino-cut Printmaking Relief Printing Thank you  Messrs Hokusai and Warhol! Objectives: Create a print using multiple blocks Utilize the elements and principles of design in creating a strong design. Demonstrate skill in carving the block and registration of colors. Show appreciation and awareness of the work of Andy Warhol Prepare your students to... Continue Reading →

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