Lessons for Painting

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  • Greek Vase Painting Project - … , and offer choices. Background Greek vase paintings, especially Athenian Black and Red Figure vase painting styles of ca. 650-400 B.C … ancient Greek, and especially Athenian, vase painting and expose them to the range of vase painting depictions of daily life and mythology … if desired ? Guiding Questions for Vase Painting Process-Description and Evaluation ? Guidelines for Vase Painting Process-Description and Evaluation For ceramicists and …
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  • Beauty Behind Barbed Wire: The Relocation Camp Experience of Estelle Ishigo - … : 1. Who are the people in the painting? 2. What is happening in the painting? 3. Describe the barracks, including the objects … . What is the purpose of the painting? 5. What conclusions can you draw from the painting about the living conditions of Japanese … if it changes their interpretation of the painting. 6. When all the transparencies of the paintings have been viewed and discussed, explain …
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  • Norman Rockwell Paints America - … the fourth group. Print copies of these two Rockwell paintings. Rockwell Paintings At Your Fingertips The images below might be printed for … Characters Event Vocabulary Share with students the Norman Rockwell painting . The painting shows a girl looking into a mirror as she tries … " paintings. You might share these paintings with your students. " target="_blank">Freedom of Speech Share the story behind the paintings too. These paintings were …
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  • Still-Life Painting: Arranging Nature - Lesson 1 - … . use new vocabulary specific to watercolors and still-life painting. Materials Watercolor paints, paper, brushes, and other selected tools for watercolors (paper … . Discuss the history and characteristics of still-life painting and the idea of painting from direct observation of nature. Show still-life … analyze art images orally using new vocabulary about watercolor paint and still-life paintings. Extensions Have students write an essay that compares …
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  • Still-Life Painting: Arranging Nature - Lesson 3 - … Search Lesson Plans All Curricula Still-Life Painting: Arranging Nature Lesson Plans Still-Life Painting: Arranging Nature?Lesson 3 Planning a School … other painters. use various opaque medium techniques to create a painting. paint from direct observation. create the illusion of three-dimensional space … students as you make choices in the painting process. 3. Distribute the materials for painting with an opaque medium. Tell students to …
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  • Crystal Painting - … draw diagrams of the various crystals; 5. exhibit the completed paintings. Materials Needed: Demonstration set: Variety of naturally occurring crystals, such … different brush for each color of paint. Emphasize that the students are to stir the paint solutions each time they use them … with tape and affix a name label under the painting. Display the paintings as at an art exhibit. 9. Have the students …
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  • Sumi-E - … of brush strokes. Chinese Scroll Painting Chinese Chop [ 1 2 3 ] Korean Brush Painting Sumi-e painting is generally done in three Japanese … quick sketches. Materials: Sumi-e ink or black tempera paint. (We used tempera paint.) Watercolor brushes ( 10 if possible) Water containers/water … access to water and paint. Two students can share paint and water. Put about 1/2 inch of paint into one paper cup …
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  • Pollock, Jackson: Dripping Paint - Action Painting - … Printer-Friendly Page Home Art History Activity/Lesson Plan DRIPPING PAINT (ACTION PAINTING) Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater [Andrea is one of … they learn about Abstract Expressionism and Action Painting Creation: Students will create an "action" painting using paint, paper and imagination Appreciation: Students will … would literally drip paint on his canvases in order to create his paintings. You and your kinderartists should wear a paint smock or …
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  • Painted Cylindrical Sculptures - … will: learn how to use paint appropriately. paint different kinds of "lines" on their paper. turn their painting into a cylinder. glue paper … Assess how well students: use paint appropriately. paint different kinds of "lines" on their paper. turn their painting into a cylinder. glue paper … Printmaking - stamps, gadgets, found objects, vegetables, monoprint Painting - tempera, watercolors, large brushes, sponges, finger paint Ceramics - pinch, coil, found stamps. Objective 2 …
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  • Three Chicago Painters: Visual Thinking Skills Activity - … find any similarities in subject matter, style, or method of painting. Give possible explanations. Consider subject matter, color palette, use of … that you did not learn from the paintings? What did you learn from the paintings that was not apparent in the photographs … . Tell what you would experience if you walked through this painting. 9. Use historical resources to research things (food, homes, clothes …
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