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Additional Lessons 11 - 20 of 36 for Salvador Dali
  11.   Mirror, Mirror
...style that they find most meaningful, and providing reasons for their choice. Related Art Work(s) Self Portrait, Robert Harris, CAG H-205 Sketch for Self-Portrait, Robert Harris, CAG H-393 Self Portrait, Robert Harris, CAG H-390 Self Portrait, Robert Harris, CAG H-387 ____ Portrait of Paul Eluard, Salvador Dali Self Portrait with Burning Cigarette, Edvard Munch Portrait of Wilhelm Uhde, Pablo Picasso The Side Show (especially the `detail' picture), Georges Seurat Self Portrait with Felt Hat, Vincent van Gogh Activities 1. Take students on a "journey" of exploration of portraits done in a variety of artistic styles. View...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  12.   Surrealistic Pen and Ink Montage
...develop formal art skills but I want the kids to enjoy it as much as possible. From Charlot Cassar, Malta Materials:Assorted magazines, , , (or other non toxic adhesive), (or for collage - choice of size), Quality (12 x 18 (30.5 x 46 cm) or size of choice), , , quill tip , . Resources: Surrealism, Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte and others. This lesson is designed for my Drawing and Painting Class, grades 10 - 12. Student create a work in two media. The first is a surreal collage from magazine sources, the second is a drawing from the collage. Students took part in a discussion about Surrealism. Artists such as Salvador Da...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  13.   Artists' UnBirthday
...o the artist. Messy, incomplete or rushed work reflects no work or thought on part of student. F: Ooops- you forgot the birthday party......no project turned in, or unfinished project with sloppy work that did not quite meet the criteria described. LIST OF ARTISTS/SCULPTORS M. C. Escher Andy Warhol Salvador Dali Frida Kahlo Wassily Kandinsky Roy Lichtenstein Georgia O'Keeffe Sandro Botticelli Jan Vermeer Edvard Munch Edward Hopper Jackson Pollock Chuck Close Ansel Adams Edgar Degas Barbara Hepworth Dale Chihuly Piet Mondrian Gustav Klimt Rene Magritte Victor Vasarely Henry Moore Alexander Calder Christo Faith Ringgold Da...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  14.   Hand-Scapes Pencil Drawing
...tomy books White (optional) , (optional) Motivation/Instruction: Optional: Introduce students to hands in art - look at expressive qualities. Demonstrate careful drawing from observation. Introduce Surreal/Fantasy art (through PowerPoint, slides, Internet or books). Note: Cecilia had them look into Dali, Rene Magritte, Brad Holland, (blatant fantasy imagery) and then the Pre-Raphaelites etc. like John William Waterhouse, Rossetti, Mucha (atmospheric subtle fantasy). They used books in the classroom, and then researched on the Internet as one of their home assignments. Posters Books - Two large-format hardcover volumes in...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  15.   Paper Mache Lesson Ideas
...out armature - tape together - pad with newspapers. Apply layers of paper mache. Paint when dry. Add embellishments. Alternate idea: Design a shoe for an entertainer. A "Know the artist" poster is made to go with this project. Alternate Lesson from Linda Hoffelt -Artists' Hats "in the style of...." Salvador Dali Roy Lichtenstein Poster Students drew a name of the artist, did research on the artist and reserch on different kind of hat styles. They worked with a partner, built a frame with cardboard, paper mached and painted. some added embellishments other than paint. They had to make a poster and give a presentation to t...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  16.   The Dream Getaway
...st. Keywords: fantasy, utopia, model, dream, landscape, ideal, escape, sculpture, surrealism, imagination, metaphor, environment, construct, 3D modeling, imaginary, miniature, selfinvestigation Body: 1. Show students images of amazing places, real or imagined. You might find images by Ren Magritte, Salvador Dali, and Ansel Adams useful here. 2. Hand out pencils and inexpensive paper such as newsprint. Ask students to think about a time that they have wanted to escape the world as it is. Where did they want to go? Ask them to think about what they would need and want in this escape world. Explain that they are going to co...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  17.   Ambassadors of Art
...American Artist: Mary Cassatt -Post-Impressionism Artists: Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gaugin -Expressionism Artists: Henri Matisse, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde -Abstraction and Cubism Artists: Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Piet Mondrian -Surrealism Artists: Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, Paul Klee -Abstract Expressionism American Artists: Arshile Gorky, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner -Harlem Renaissance American Artists: Jacob Lawrence, James Van Der Zee, Lois Jones -Pop Art American Artists: Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol -Photorealism Artists: Don Eddy, Audrey Flack, Chuc...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  18.   Get Surreal
...themes reflected by some of these artists? q. How did Boris Margo help the Surrealist movement? r. Why does the exhibit devote a special section for the California Post-Surrealists? s. What are some differences between the beginning and ending sections of the gallery? t. Who does Ms. Dervaux call "Dali's most successful American follower"? Which other artists might have deserved this distinction? 3. Explain to students that they will be further exploring the Surrealism movement, in the spirit of the new exhibit, to create audio guides. Divide the class into pairs and allow each pair to select a different artist mentione...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  19.   Back to the Drawing Board
...te a children's book and illustrate it in the style of a favorite artist. Try to match the theme with the artistic style (e.g., a book about favorite foods could include Andy Warhol-like paintings of cans of various foods, and a book about a strange dream might be illustrated in he surreal style of Salvador Dali). Science- Learn about one of da Vinci's scientific inventions (a good reference on da Vinci's machines is ( http://www.museoscienza.org/english/)). Then interview an engineer about the difference between today's version and da Vinci's. How much is still based on da Vinci's original sketches and explanations? Wer...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  20.   Van Gogh-Getters
...Dr. Gachet" sell for in 1990? How does this reinforce the idea of van Gogh as a tragic artist? 3. On the board, brainstorm a list of famous artists. Some suggestions may include Leonardo DaVinci, Michelangelo, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Francisco Goya, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali and Georgia O'Keefe. Have students divide into pairs or groups of three, and have each group select a different artist from the list. Explain to students that they will be researching the lives and works of their chosen artists and then creating pieces of art in their artist's style that reflects an event in thei...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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