7th grade art
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In this architecture unit, middle school students learn about famous buildings in the world. Students create one of the buildings with a unique sky.
Shirin von Wulffen saved to Art How To
Vases and bottles with whimsical shapes have been invented by the students of the seventh grade in an interesting exercise of symmetry. Starting from a vertical line, that is our symmetry axis, we …
Joyce Cabaj saved to 6th grade projects
What is OP ART? It is short for Optical Illusion. Op art, short for optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better known pieces created in black and white. or contrasting colors. Typically, they give the viewer the impression of movement: waving, spinning, swirling, vibrating... Here are 2 Well know OpArt artist.... Bridgett Riley 1931- now 88 years old when posted Victor Vassarley 1906-1997 Victor Vasarely was a…
Barb E saved to paper creations
After nearly a decade of teaching secondary students, I've had a lot of time to test out a variety of 2d art projects. Let's face it: as teachers, sometimes we plan and plan and plan. We are so excited to deliver the project, and then... it flops. Students are uninterested and the final products aren't
Anny De Quesada saved to Drawings
Every quarter in 7th grade art, we attempt an architecture drawing project. Last quarter, it was castle design. This quarter we went back to the old favorite of ornate, Victorian style homes. Using Deep Space Sparkle's Architecture Made Easy template drawing directions, we cruised through the beginning part of this work (I was gone the day the students started this and I came back to amazing results!). Color was added with a pastel chalk graded background, and a water-based marker bleeding…
Jennifer Carlisle saved to Drawing
Art with Ms. Lloyd: 7th grade 2-D: Printmaking!!! For this project, I took a picture of the students and used paint.net to posterize the photos into 3 colors (black, grey and white). Students shaded on the back and transferred all of their white areas ont
We had a lot fun studying real candy prices as our inspiration for our Pop Art Candy Paintings. Tempra paint and black Sharpie outlines adde...
Whitney Wardlow saved to Middle School Art
7th grade 3-D students finished up their clay cupcakes and were eager to begin their next project. We looked at the artwork of pop artist, Romero Britto. Britto is a painter and sculptor from Brazil who creates light-hearted, happy artwork using simple shapes, bright colors and lots of patterns. He took inspiration from Matisse and Picasso. Students looked at his artwork of animals and decided to create their own animal sculpture. Using Styrofoam, they created large shapes for the body. They…
Laine May saved to [M.S] project ideas.
Inside every kid lies the heart of an artist.
Shian Reek saved to Art in the classroom