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Love this art1 lesson. apexhsart.blogspot.com... too bad we cannot spray paint...
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I like the idea of building the fram too. Art of Apex High School: art one
Stencils with textures. Art of Apex High School: art one
Art of Apex High School: Stencils with Textures
Fun painting lesson. Teach with bansky lesson
Stencil Art Project
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Stencil Portraits This is a really popular project with high school students because the get to a) use spray paint and b) use x-acto blade...
High School. Stencil portraits. Computer pic, spray paint x-acto blades, Banksy.
a faithful attempt: Stencil Portraits Black?White series
a faithful attempt: Stencil Portraits
spray painted stencil self-portraits
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Travel theme This is one of my all-time favourite high school level watercolour lessons. I've done this lesson with Grades 10 - 12. It combines art history (Cubism) and watercolour techniques. I start off with an introduction to Cubism, specifically Analytical Cubism, which I feel works better for this project due to the limited colours used. I show photos on the large flat screen TV I have in my art room. We discuss the fragmented quality of the images, value changes and gradations and multiple viewpoints. So students have to first think of a theme. Anything will work as long as they can draw 4-5 objects/items related to the theme. On heavy drawing paper or watercolour paper, students draw these items, making sure to vary the size for interest and spread the images out to fill the whole paper. Draw these lightly with pencil. Once the items are drawn, students then use a ruler to fracture or 'break-up' the picture plane into lots of angular or geometric sections. They just want to make sure they make conscious choices as to where to draw the lines to keep the whole composition balanced and to make sure not to have any super small sections as these are tricky to paint effectively. Before painting, I demonstrate how to create a value change using watercolours. Start with pure pigment in one side of a section then add water gradually to blend out and fade the colour. One of my students remarked "Oh, it's like ombre!" Exactly! Each student takes a scrap piece of paper and does some practice sections before starting their good copy. They can also decide on the colours they will use at this point. I encourage a somewhat limited colour palette. The watercolours we use are Prang and Crayola brand, though I have a slight preference for Prang. Grade 10 results: Fashion theme Social Media theme (famous logos: Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, etc) Winter theme
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Lesson 1 A good example of analogous colors for the color theory portion of the unit
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The IB Art Studio: student work modeling paste. found objects, glazing
The IB Art Studio: student work Mixed media painting with objects.
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The IB Art Studio: Latest AP Art Student Work
Cool take on texture/layer/analogous color
The IB Art Studio: student work
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Working on Critical Thinking skills and creativity. Problem: to create a real life creature out of no. 2 pencils= transformation.
LP from Ken Veith's book "From the Ordinary to the Extraordinary" - no. 2 pencil transformation by jodie hurt, via Flickr
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no. 2 pencil transformation: Ken Vieth idea
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Ray Gun was an American alternative rock n roll magazine, first published in 1992 . Led by founding art director David Carson who was influential graphic designer at that time. His widely-imitated aesthetic defined the so-called grunge typography era.
This is one of the covers for Ray Gun magazine designed by David Carson. It is well known mostly for Carson's use of the "grunge" type and design style.
Donhkoland / Sky David Carson (born September 8, 1954) is an American graphic designer, art director and surfer. He is best known for his innovative magazine design, and use of experimental typography. He was the art director for the magazine Ray Gun, in which he employed much of the typographic and layout style for which he is known. In particular, his widely imitated aesthetic defined the so-called "grunge typography" era.
Raygun magazine, design by David Carson. Distressed type created in analog, for the people.
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david carson - raygun magazine ~ design what you feel
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April Greiman, (1979), Cover of Wet Magazine, http://lanalamesic.blogspot.com/2009/10/are-colleges-swiss-thing.html I think these piece of work by April Greiman is a piece of postmodern graphic design because of the combination of textures and colours, the experimentation and playfullness of it. David Shrigley,(2007), Untitled(Crap), http://www.re-title.com/artists/David-Shrigley.asp David Shrigley is one of my favourite artists, I think his work is postmodern as he is undermining old concepts, questioning conventions and creating a new voice within design. David Carson, RayGun Magazine, http://artificialmag.blogspot.com/2008/12/david-carson.html I think the way that David Carson uses type, image and the overall layout of RayGun magazine is in a Postmodern style. Jamie Reid,God Save the Queen,1977,http://sleevage.com/the-sex-pistols-never-mind-the-bollocks/ Jamie Reid is famous for his work on the Sex Pistols iconic album cover, the ransom note style and powerful imagery makes this piece of graphic design postmodern. Terry Jones,iD Magazine,1980s,http://shanny12.wordpress.com/modernism-vs-postmodernism/ The use of collage and vibrant and powerful colours is very present on this magazine cover, there is also evidence of experimentation and freedom with the typography which gives this piece of graphic design a postmodernist style.
High School Painting I // Decorative Line Animals
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acrylic high school painting animals using grid and gray scale prior to final painting
Decorative Line Drawing... Animals. Uses some Zentangle patterning.
High School Painting I // Decorative Line Animals ART 2
Decorative Line Animal Art
Make a google page for an artist!...High School.
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Art of Apex High School: art history "Google"
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Who would Monet friend on Facebook? What would Jackson Pollock tweet about?? Would Rembrandt follow me back if I followed him? Art History class is making Twitter and Facebook pages for famous dead artists. Join in the fun! Tweet a question to your favorite artist and see what they tweet back! You can start by tweeting to Monet! Tweet Marcel Duchamp! Tweet Peter Paul Ruben! Other artist you might tweet include Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock and Edgar Degas. Now, if we can just avoid being sued!
24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room
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24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room... See if any can be shown for middle school. Maybe use them for when a sub is there?
24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room. Honestly I'm pinning to watch some of these later, instead of Netflix
Not that I show movies, but just in case. . .24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room
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24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room. Don't forget Woman in Gold
24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room...for extreme cases
24 Movies to Show in Your High School Art Room - The Art of Ed
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typography - great high school art lesson
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typography - great high school art lesson #highschoolart #artproject but i'm afraid my skills are stuck at 3rd or 4th grade
typography - great high school art lesson #highschoolart #artproject get the kids to come up with crazy/strange words.
typography - great high school art lesson ... can be used for artist trading cards (ATC)
typography/illuminated letters- great high school art lesson #highschoolart #artproject
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typography - alphabet art lesson. Combine with watercolor and ink...
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The Blooming Palette of High School Art: Dodge Virginia Beach Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon 2010 Poster Art
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Dodge Virginia Beach Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon 2010 Poster Art
For all but the first year in 1990, I have been chosen as the volunteer "Official Artist" for the Virginia Beach Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon put on by San Diego-based Competitor's Group. The race is held every Labor Day Weekend and here we are already at the 10th Anniversary. My original painting is raffled off annually and, in the last few years, has earned between $8,000 and $9,000 for the organization's charities, such as the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society. In addition, proceeds from the sale of posters made from the painting also benefit their charities. My concept for this special commemorative edition was to paint beach-related objects with the number "10" on top of a collage of news clippings from past races, trying to use physical layers as a metaphor for the many layers of the race, from athletic achievement to personal triumph and much more. Early in the summer, my good friend Sharon Tanner accompanied me to the beach on a photo treasure hunt where we found the the 10th Street sign, the "$10 Beach Parking" sign, and the hotel clock tower. When we looked up and saw it, believe it or not, it was 10 a.m. The weather vane was inspired by one at Rudee Inlet for which I simply replaced the swordfish with a guitar. Last summer, I became enamored with the crab/lobster buoys on a cruise up the coast of the Northeastern U.S. and, since we are known for our blue crabs and since the buoys are always identified by numbers, I had to include them based on an Internet source. I also used an Internet source for the "Runners Next 10 Miles" sign since I couldn't find exactly what I wanted. Even still, I had to combine two signs. And, while we have channel markers with osprey nests just like the one in the bottom right corner, we don't have them in the area where we were photographing, so I also used an Internet source for it. Finally, I used an Internet source for the nautical flags which have been a favorite symbol system of mine for many years; the ones in the painting spell out "RNR;" and the stenciled seagulls--10 of them, of course--provide movement and rhythm. Each year, a highlight of the whole experience for me is signing posters for the runners and their families in the "Artist's Booth" at the Fitness Expo where all runners receive their registration packets. They come from all over the U.S. , some year after year. While I always love to meet the new participants, it is especially gratifying to laugh and joke with old acquaintances who return again and again, some with the addition of spouses, children and more children. Every year finds me laughing and crying--even blushing (I'll never forget the "Rock 'n' Roll Virgins")--in the booth as people request very personal inscriptions for their posters, some to honor loved ones whom they have lost and others to celebrate milestones. It really is a "human race" and it is an incredible honor to be a small part.
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Clothes Pin, High School
high school art lesson The title of this "Creative Challenge" is a play on the phrase "point of view." The "pin" refers to the required inclusion of clothes pins as metaphors for "connections." Students expressed these personal connections by creating and then making graphite drawings of individual still lifes of clothespins and objects that symbolize what they feel "connected to."
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Named by my class, the title of this "Creative Challenge" is a play on the phrase "point of view." The "pin" refers to the required inclusion of clothes pins as metaphors for "connections." Students expressed these personal connections by creating and then making graphite drawings of individual still lifes of clothespins and objects that symbolize what they feel "connected to." Stay tuned for the entire plan and more images soon. Student art credits (top to bottom): Mary B., Jenny D., Erin E., Anthony M., Alysha S.
The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room
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The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room I think I need to try this. First two books would work for Middle School. Comment thread lists others.
The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room. From the Mixed-up Files of Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L.Konigsburg. Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland. Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett. David Sedaris, Naked by the Window by Robert Katz.
I reposted "The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room" because I think reading out loud is fun. I want my classroom to be a space where sharing ideas out loud among each other is easy and expected. By reading books (or articles that are relevant to projects) with each other I think it will make it easier to communicate with one another.
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The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room. What a BRILLIANT idea!
The Best Books to Read Aloud in Your High School Art Room, an education post from the blog The Art of Education on Bloglovin’
Retired art teacher 'tells all' with tips for new educators
Retired High School art teacher tells "all" in her book
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Marlene Nall Johnt wrote "A Retired Art Teacher Tells All" to share her classroom experience with less experienced teachers. God love teachers. Though their work is noble, it
A Retired Art Teacher Tells All: One Hundred Simple Tips to Help Teachers Become Efficient, Inspiring, and Happy Educators by Marlene Nall Johnt, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DQQ9664/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_7FmOsb0GJ54BQ
Marlene Nall Johnt wrote "A Retired Art Teacher Tells All" to share her classroom experience with less experienced teachers. God love teachers. Though their work is noble, it’s rarely glamorous. Here’s a little thought experiment: It’s your first day as...
As a young art instructor, new on the block, Marlene Nall Johnt went looking for an instructive manual about successful art education techniques. To her dismay, she never found one. Now retired, Johnt realized what needed to be done: she needed to write just such a manual for the young teachers of today. A Retired Art Teacher Tells All is an educational guide and workbook with detailed tips for running a successful art classroom.
A Retired Art Teacher Tells All by Marlene Nall Johnt
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Inspirational High School Painting Projects: Portraiture
Award winning high school art project by Grace Pickford from Pukekohe High School, New Zealand
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Please check out this amazing work by a year 13 student from New Zealand GRACE PICKFORD
High School Art lesson: Cubism
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High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // Art I
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High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // Art I THIS is what I was missing by not taking art class in highschool!
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High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // So what I needed the last time I taught perspective
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Holiday Gift Guide for Serious High School Art Students
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AOE's Holiday Gift Guide for High School Students; Site has age appropriate gifts for artsy/creative children, from Kindergarten through High School
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= I did this same kind of collage project in high school!