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  • Peggy Martinez

    Magnet Board Ideas

  • Katharine York

    tiny clay art work

  • Isa J

    use those odd toys floating around the house and make an art piece!

  • Emily Bennett

    Miro Inspired Sculptures: hilary pfeifer have students draw a "miro" like still life? Or images from science and then could make pieces from clay? Maybe I could make a students write a paragraph about the organism/cell, English students write a descriptive piece about its appearance, that art students then use to create their sculpture!

  • Jacqueline Jean - 3D Wall Art

    bright, whimsical clay sculptures

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Roughly translated from the Dutch site: take a slab of air dry clay, slice into rectangles, push candle into clay to make hole and imprint word on side with stamp letters.

cheerios by dpaynearteacher, via Flickr love the idea of all one color still life

Art journal practice: sketch the subject, then using acrylics paint everything but just one piece or part. Then concentrate on building layers of torn paper to mimic shadows, mid tone and highlight to that one part or piece.

Collaborate! Go outside. Have fun! (amy sterly, cork tile print #2, via Flickr.)......I would LOVE to try this with my middle school students

I love this white glaze on the red clay. I may have to do this with a couple of pieces to see if I can reproduce it in a useful way.

Chimes out of terracota clay. Very easy to make, great for young kinds, could use leaves etc to press onto pieces or could have them make each piece representative of camp or themselves.

Dit is een secundair schilderij, omdat de mengsel van de primaire kleuren (geel en blauw in dit geval) samen zijn gemengt en er een nieuwe kleur uitkomt, groen. Groen is dan een secundaire kleur.