Students will learn about art as a cultural ad historical record. Students will explore the culture of early time, Prehistoric, meaning art dating back to the time before people kept written records, to see that the need to create has always been a drivi
Students will explore view two examples of Abstract Expressionism and the impact these two exemplars have had on American Art of the Twentieth Century.
The student will develop painting skills working with large and small pastels on a previously painted or printed background. This is a fantastic oil pastel art lesson plan.
An art project for high school students to develop an understanding of abstract art that they will glean from observational experience.
Students will study weaving as an art form by creating a woven component for a cornucopia. students will research the symbolism of the cornucopia and its use as a Thanksgiving icon.
The student will successfully print a patterned composition appropriated from a blind contour line drawing. Two portions of drawing will be transferred to and etched into a printing plate made from insulation sheathing.
Students will create a bas relief cartouche, in the style of the ancient Egyptians, using personal symbols to signify their names. Students will design, sculpt, and paint a cartouche using symbols that represent the individuality of each student.
Students will create artwork to communicate ideas.
Students will identify the different ways artists make their ideas visual, using memory, observation, and imagination. Students will create a three-dimensional sculpture of a duck decoy and place it in an environment.
Students will learn how to recognize organic shapes in nature. They will learn how to turn simple, recognizable, organic shapes into an abstract design based on repetition.