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Shape, color, line, pattern. Non objective art based on Reggie Laurent: glue colored organic and geometric shapes onto black background, add lines, shapes and patterns with oil pastel, finish with one long continuous white line to unify it.

piazza boxes. Each students has to incorporate the same shapes/colors/etc...

Line and Pattern- This lesson first had kindergarten students focus on horizontal, vertical and diagonal line designs. Then the students used their new knowledge about shape and pattern to create some beautiful abstract designs

Shape mobile - patterns and shape each student create a string of patterned shapes to add to a group mobile hanging above their table group.

Mondrian Art Lesson ~ Highlights shapes and colors as well as a great master! Great to do during a 2D Geometry unit

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Art Lesson: Op Art Using Positive & Negative Shapes

Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit.

Fifth grade students drew organic shapes in three sizes. Inside each shape, they used a variety of line designs and then painted each shape with a set of five analogous colors. Shapes were cut out and mounted with spacers to create relief sculptures.

Wonkyworld: Cinco de Mayo Have each student create a quarter of a circle to create the large work.

One of the best web sites for elementary art project ideas by grade level and with photos of student work on the bulletin boards.

Loved this art project created by Harding Academy high school students. Each student designed a letter for the quote. LOVE this for my Good, Better, Best... quote!

#monochromatic #colortheory #art #middleschoolart #tint #shade Students used drafting tape to create interesting sections, chose a color and started to mix tints and shades.

burger collage in the style of Clas Oldenberg- My students LOVE this when I did it! (I included subs as well as burgers)