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Project updates- Zentangle Still Life
Zentangle Still Lifes What a successful project! We used Sharpie for our Zentangle backgrounds and chalk pastel for our still lifes. Focus was on variety of pattern as well as varied line thickness and value blending. At the beginning of the lesson, the still life image was projected on screen to allow for large classes to view it in detail.
Peter Reginato: a sculptural lesson using cardboard and a slot to slot method (no glue) to have the students attach their pieces. They then painted them using bright colors and patterns being mindful of the negative and positive space. They had to be at least 20 inches tall and be able to stand on their own.
5 New Ideas for Teaching Advanced Color Theory - The Art of Education University
By the time students get to high school, they either know the basics of color theory already or they move through the information pretty quickly. For this reason, I’m a huge advocate of getting rid of your color wheel lesson. There are so many more resources out there that give kids the same exposure. It’s …