ART TEACHER: HOLLY BRIGGS "5th grade optical illusions tiered for all ability levels. Two color, two color challenge pattern, three color challenge pattern, four color and beyond. These are all from one class! Elementary art on point!"
5th Grade JPIIA Class Auction Project "Woven Friendships" This one of a kind watercolor masterpiece was created by all 25 5th graders! Each student applied different watercolor techniques to their individual strip. The strips were then woven tight together - just like their friendships - to form this beautiful piece of art!
Block printing is one of my favorite things to do with kids (and with myself for that matter, who needs a kid to have fun with art?). Later in the week, I will be featuring some Japanese woodblock prints as part of my Art Spotlight series, so in preparation for that, I will show you …
The Imagination Box - I grabbed a roll of tape and a biro and started playing........ My kids love it when I stop - stop tidying, stop 'doing stuff; my kids and I filled several pages with patterns, using the tape as a stencil to draw. The doodles look great with oil pastels.....especially on coloured paper.
(The New Hope Art Gallery: Middle School Art: Tint and Shade Landscapes.) Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, teacher and author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life" (Thrums Books, 12/l/13). Try this with Andean mountain landscapes? Many possibilities. See Incas.org