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Colored Pencil Color Theory Lesson

Try out this colored pencil color theory lesson in your art classroom, with home school students or distance learning! Colored Pencil Color Theory Lesson This video walks you through the steps I used with my mixed group of 10-12th graders. Feel free to use it, or keep reading if you don’t prefer a video format. My Art II students embarked on their color theory exploration … Continue reading Colored Pencil Color Theory Lesson

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Modular Sculpture Art Lesson

Modular Sculpture: Easy 3D Lesson If you are looking for an inexpensive sculpture assignment that teaches the foundations of 3D art, try out this modular sculpture art lesson!  I taught this to my 3D Design class that always has quite a mixed bag of students.  Many have not taken any other art class in high school and are true beginners.  I wanted to teach a … Continue reading Modular Sculpture Art Lesson

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Styrofoam Printmaking Art Lesson

Styrofoam Printmaking Art Lesson Try out this class friendly styrofoam printmaking art lesson inspired by musical instruments and the Harlem Renaissance! My students loved the art and music connections and there is nothing like the magic of printmaking. I set up printing stations in the back of my classroom and it usually takes three days for a class of 25 to pull three prints. This … Continue reading Styrofoam Printmaking Art Lesson

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Torn Paper Galaxy Landscape

Happy 2021! ✨🥳✨ A group of students pulled off these torn paper galaxy landscape artworks on the last day of class of 2020. I was reminded of them waking up to a record snowfall on January 1st, and I don’t know whether to take it as a good or bad sign for what’s to come 😜😳❄️. Check out my classroom ready torn paper galaxy landscape … Continue reading Torn Paper Galaxy Landscape

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New Year Reflection Doodle

If there is ever a time to reflect, it is the end of 2020. I usually focus on goals and resolutions at the end of the year, but it felt more appropriate this year to pause and practice gratitude. I made this New Year Reflection Doodle as an opportunity to not only personally reflect on my year, but for students who have also experienced a … Continue reading New Year Reflection Doodle