Watercolor Pencil Art Lesson: Colorful Whimsical Abstract Art Tutorial — Art is Fun
This fun, easy watercolor pencil art lesson shows you how to get started with watercolor pencils and use masking fluid to create a colorful painting!
Silhouette of student drawn with lines; I like the way the lines follow the student's hair. I wonder if adding more directional lines (following a shape, rather than horizontal) would add or detract to the beautiful simplicity. I really like the hair; but would it be as successful on a short-haired student?
First graders made these adorable pattern owls in two 55 minute art classes. We read The Little White Owl and Owl Moon for inspiration and spent the first day thinking of line designs and sketching. The second day, we used oil pastel and watercolor paints to finish. The results were so bright and colorful!
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First Grade Line Art
The first grade classes have been learning about line art this week! First we learned about curvy lines, straight lines and angle lines. Then we drew a soft curvy line through the middle of the circle. We added beautiful rows of color on each side of our curvy line. Finally, we divided the rest of our circle into sections and filled each section with a pattern created by lines and shapes. This looks great! The first graders have been doing fabulous work in art!
create a circle. inside that circle, there needs to be 3-4 inner circles of different sizes. 3-4 curved lines intersecting other lines. 5-6 different designs in all...a different motif in each section. may use black and white or colored pencils, markers.
ELEMENTS OF ART FLIPBOOK- LINE
The ELEMENTS OF ART FLIPBOOK for LINE is a thorough resource on teaching the concept of Line as an Element of Art. Your Art students can use it as a resource when studying for Art Assessments. Or, they can use it as a go-to reference while studying works of art in class using the Elements as a l...
Elements of Art: Line | KQED Arts
Brush up on your visual literacy as we breakdown the wide variety of lines that visual artists use. Through the lens of the self-portrait, we look at how lin...
Dhurrie Rugs/Magic Carpets
Third graders have also been learning about art from India. They looked at examples of dhurrie rugs and created their own with cut paper and yarn. -Dhurries are flat, woven rugs used as floor coverings. -They've been made for centuries in India. -They are made with bright colors, simple designs like stripes, geometric shapes. -They are woven out of camel and goat hair. -Royal families would use dhurri rugs to decorate the floors of their palaces.