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Maud Lewis Folk Art Projects

Maud Lewis Folk Art Projects

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abstract art - mondrian and kandinsky

Georgetown Elementary Art Blog

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quetzal birds

Georgetown Elementary Art Blog

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owl stuffies inspired by Faith Ringgold

Artwork published by Olivia10542

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folk art landscape inspired by Heather Galler

Artwork published by Sydney7278

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2nd grade aztec masks

Artwork published by Lillian1413

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winter birds and more Small Hands Big Art Studio

Middle School Art Lessons | Small Hands Big Art Blog

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My kids are telling me that I'm too late with the "Flappy Bird" craze, but here's an alternative version that allows you to integrate some Greek vase art and Greek mythology into the classroom.

smART Class: Best Project Ever! coffee filter art

smART Class: Best Project Ever!

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4th Grade Cupcakes Wars- with values--Yes! The very lesson I was looking to do.

4th Grade Cupcakes- with values

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Guatemala sawdust rugs during Holy (Easter) Week

Aventours Guatemala, Travel Agency

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Kids Artists: Colourful cows, like Peter Diem

Kids Artists: Colourful cows, like Peter Diem

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Small Hands Big Art Blog - pig portraits

Small Hands Big Art Blog

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Color and Texture and Paint, Oh My!: Cartology

Color and Texture and Paint, Oh My!

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the snow maiden and other russian tales book - good for Russian folk art lesson

Wings and Exoskeletons lesson plan

Wings and Exoskeletons on crayola.com

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Students are painting still life flowers based on the art of Henri Matisse. Matisse used bright colors at a time when most paintings were muted and dark. His colors seemed so bright to the public that he was dubbed a "Fauvist" - French for "wild beast". Our students are learning how to mix their own bright colors using hues mixed with white to make tints. A tint is bright - made of mostly white. When we buy paint at Home Depot, they add hues to a gallon of white creating a tint.

Pollock - Arts & Activities - Page 34 Read ACTION JACKSON along with lesson

Arts & Activities - Page 34

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