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Clay cubist faces grade 5 Also more examples: http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=343054

shine brite zamorano: clay kimmys- good process for clay masks

really like this for 4th or 5th grade


3rd-5th graders looked at the masks of artists Kimmy Cantrell and Eric "Straw" (Strawczynski). Students map out their face shape on cardboard and create unique facial features. Some did this directly on their cardboard. Others used remnants of cereal and cracker boxes and cut out their facial features. Paint and oil pastels were offered to add color to their masks. Nails, keys, nuts, bolts, pennies, soda can tops, hooks and even fettucini noodles echo the humor of Straw's pieces.

Clay and Ceramic Terms, Stages of Clay for Students, Kindergarten to 6th Grade

"Personalities" presented at NAEA by Donna Staten for Michael's

soda_can_bird - Mayco Clay

Clay Owl..love!

finishing clay projects without glazing

clay stamps for clay

Terrific turtles

clay owl project elementary first grade

Mrs. High - 8th Grade Art Projects

Clay flowers

Clay masks

Clay Pencil Holders

polymer+clay+vases | Mused Studio: Polymer Clay Vases

Group1133's art on Artsonia Oil Based Clay, Zentangle Relief Sculpture

Cylinder faces... one formed on a paper towel roll, the other on a Pringles can.