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This Op Art lesson includes the presentations, handouts, rubrics and labels to help you with your lesson from start to finish! Your students will learn how the elements of art, LINE and VALUE, are used to create this Op Art design. This Lesson Packet inc Illusion Kunst, Illusion Art, Op Art Lessons, Drawing Lessons, Drawing Tips, Middle School Art, Art School, High School, Classe D'art

6th- Op Art

This project will take a look at the Op Art Movement and two artists in particular, Bridget Riley and Victor Vasaraley. Bridget Riley Bio Bridget Riley Artworks Victor Vasarely Bio Victor Vasarely Official Site After taking a look at the links above, click on the link below to learn about your project. You will create the illusion of form and movement through the use of lines and colors in your artwork. OP Art Project InstructionsExamples INSTRUCTIONS: Using the instructions below and the…

Realistic Drawing Ideas Super Cubism / Picasso art project for kids! - Super Cubism / Picasso art project for kids! Middle School Art, Art School, School Ideas, High School, Art 2nd Grade, Grade 1, Club D'art, Art Picasso, Picasso Portraits

Cubism with 4th and 5th

Another project in my big Art History unit with my students is finally all displayed and ready to be shared! The two above were chosen for Youth Art Month at the Portage County Library! I found this project via pinterest (which is the worst kind of pinterest post). JUST an image. However, this image was actually pretty useful for understanding the project. Day 1: Picasso intro! Short and sweet powerpoint with a YouTube video of Picasso in action. I did stop it a minute early because he…

Op art project after color theory lessons Source by Related posts: High School Color Theory Art Lessons Op Art Lessons, Arte Elemental, Illusion Art, Illusion Drawings, School Art Projects, Middle School Art, Elements Of Art, Art Lesson Plans, Art Classroom

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A fun classroom project guide focusing on optical illusion art for kids. - A fun classroom project guide focusing on optical illusion art for kids. Instructions for creating - Art Optical, Optical Illusion Art, Optical Illusions Drawings, Optical Illusions For Kids, Illusions Mind, Op Art Lessons, Illusion Drawings, Illusion Photos, 4th Grade Art

Optical Illusion Art for Kids {3rd Grade}

A fun classroom project guide focusing on optical illusion art for kids. Instructions for creating this project and teaching it in your classroom.

Cityscape of circles and lines Ilotulitus Classe D'art, 5th Grade Art, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Middle School Art, Art Lessons Elementary, Arts Ed, Arte Pop, Elements Of Art

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Tooling Foil Silberzweig Portraits - Kids Art Classes, Camps, Parties and Events - Small Hands Big Art

We have loved these Sandra Silberzwieg portraits so much, and last week in our Charlotte, NC children's art studio we did them on tooling foil! Come see!

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Mondrian Name Design

Piet Mondrian 1872-1944 Composition in Blue, Yellow & Red 1942 Broadway Boogie Woogie 1943 ------------------- Influenced culture & design We are going to used his ideas to create our names. He used straight black lines going up, down, side to side to make shapes. He filled in some of those shapes with colors. He kept his color choices basic; black, white, red, yellow & blue (primary colors). Mrs. Tabitha "Seaton" Morgan (above) Maisy 3rd grade (above) ------------------------- Our…