Romero Britto est un artiste, peintre et sculpteur brésilien né à Recife le 6 octobre 1963. Son œuvre présente des éléments de pop art, de cubisme et de graffiti. Une belle chanson brésilienne accompagne ce montage Oeuvres de Romero Britto par agor
À la manière de Gérard Dansereau - arts plastiques
« À la manière de Gérard Dansereau » Vos élèves auront à créer une œuvre, en s’inspirant de cet incroyable artiste québécois. Ils devront incorporer au collage, quelques éléments graphiques dans leur réalisation. 3 pages d’éléments graphiques inclus dans le document. 2 œuvres de Gérard Dansereau et une courte biographie. 7 dessins d’animaux (dessinés à sa manière) sont aussi inclus. Vos élèves auront donc une multitude de choix pour s’inspirer et créer leur propre œuvre.
Paper Bag Owls and the Sharpie Art Workshop for Kids Giveaway!
Today is my day to post for the Sharpie Blog Roll by Art Projects for Kids.org leading up to the release of Kathy Barbro's Fantastic new book, Sharpie Art Workshop for Kids. I'm excited to be a project contributor! Kathy was the first art teacher blogger I discovered over seven years ago when I started teaching art classes. She has an amazing knack for breaking down any subject matter in easy to follow steps for kids to draw. She is always coming up with new and creative ideas! So I was…
Halloween Marathon #6 Windsock Workshop
A skull, a monster, a ghost and a pumpkin...each one a "breeze" to construct! I love projects that have a "bigness" to them....ones that start on manageable sized paper and just keep growing and growing and blowing up into something that can't help but be noticed. Kids are always thrilled when they create something huge, and frankly, so am I! I loved testing these simple paper wind socks by running like a crazy woman through the house (trailed by six excited cats!) and listening to the…
Here are two simple art projects you can do with your kids for Halloween. The first is one I have done with all elementary grades. You just might want to use templates with the younger ones. Materials Required: white paper, paint in sunset colors, paintbrush, black paper, scissors, glue stick I taped the white paper to an art board to get a nice edge. We started painting in our sunset. Yellow on the bottom, orange, red, purple, blue and some black on the very top. I had Jeff pre moistion the…
Artwork published by Molly1532
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a faithful attempt
Here are some adorable scarecrow illustrations made by my Grade 2's. The goal was to have them add as many details as possible- to show them that details add interest to a work of art. We want the picture to tell a story and we want the viewer to spend time looking at their artwork. We started off by looking at photos of actual scarecrow and noting the different types of detail on them (patches, plaid shirt, old, ratty clothing, some type of hat, straw, etc). They drew these on 12x18" pale…