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High School Art Ideas

High School Art Ideas

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8 Drawing Exercises That Every Artist Should Practice -doing these soon in my high school classes :)

✏For the writer in me!

200 Ways to Say Went

Highly recommended: the website by AP Studio teacher Carrie King (aboutthebreadthse...) contains a superb collection of teaching activities, including perspective, line drawing, the depiction of glass and metal objects, working in monochrome, figure drawing and still life arrangements...

One of the most organized high school art curriculums I have seen online. Excellent resource!

A reference sheet I made for a coil pot lesson I taught.

make gelatin prints on tissue paper for least 4 reasons: It is thin and super absorbent It is inexpensive It picks up lots of details It can be collaged into other work very easily. (printmaking without a press with Linda Germain: gelatin print tips)

A very detailed watercolour tutorial covering basics and supplies to get you started on this fascinating hobby - The Alison Show

WATERCOLOR_TIPS by Amber Goodvin

The Art Room - Art Gallery online middle school art gallery

Found poetry. This is fabulous, use old books or photocopy book pages. Poetry and art and no two will be the same.

15 Reasons Why Artists Keep Visual Journals - School of Media Arts

This would be a great project (watercolor techniques) for high school students and then sell them to make money for art club, field trips or donate to a local museum. ---watercolor calendar by Flora Douville

Hey art teachers, Bored of your normal standard critiques? sick of dragging the kids to the front of the room and leading them through each others artwork one by one, while they sit there, eye’s glazed as you work hard coaxing them to talk?

Adv 2D, extreme close-up...might get my students thinking about different types of views.

Glaze light color, apply strips of newspaper, spray with water to saturate the paper and make sure it adheres, glaze a second color over top. When dry, pull off paper strips.

Prismacolor Markers and Pencils

Roy Lichtenstein making Ben-day Dots, the hallmark of his Pop-art. The Ben-Day dots printing technique dates to 1879. and Benjamin Henry Day, Jr. Ben-day overlay sheets were made in in a variety of sizes. Roy enlarged and exaggerated them in his paintings and sculptures.

round slab vases 2

This has been a lesson in forced perspective.

Make your own home made TEXTURE PASTE/Medium!! Super easy! (click photo for recipe & example of layout using the texture medium!)

HS art lesson. How to throw things at your students and get away with it.

Everyday Artist: Step-by-Step Watercolor Painting: "Autumn Glow"

High School Art lesson: Mixed Media Painting [Art II class] Inspiration :The blooming palette