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Artist research page: Damien Hirst response - Insects - Painting

Artist research page: Damien Hirst response - Insects - Painting

This lesson is an introduction into Damien Hirst’s insect mandalas. It is designed to lead new GCSE students through the process of artist research, analysis and response, covering A01 & A02 criteria. Students are lead through a painted response of one of Hirst’s butterflies using acrylic. The lesson consists of: a starter challenge; objectives; step by step instruction sheets with differentiated learning outcomes as well as annotation sentence starters, ‘Apex’ challenges for the most able and a plenary. There are printable resources at the end of the power-point. This lesson would fit well into the context of Natural Forms.
lydiafrida
February Montessori Cutting Strips

February Montessori Cutting Strips

Single snips create small pictures that can be a treasure in themselves when saved in an envelope. Also included is a set of black line drawings to snip apart that children can color themselves. Save on colored ink! Eight color strips and eight black and white. Valentine's Day President's Day Black History Month
MaryCarr51
Artist research page - Poul Beckmann Living Jewells - Natural Forms, Insects.

Artist research page - Poul Beckmann Living Jewells - Natural Forms, Insects.

This a three lesson power-point based on the photographic series: Living Jewells by Poul Beckmann. It is designed to lead new GCSE students through the process of artist research, analysis and response, covering A01 & A02 criteria. Students are lead through a written analysis as well as practical colour analysis with oil pastels. Students can follow step by step instructions to draw insects from observation, using oil pastel/ chalk pastel and/or ink. The lessons consists of: a starter challenge; objectives; step by step instruction sheets with differentiated learning outcomes, analysis questions as well as examples of answers and ‘Apex’ challenges for the most able. The lessons would fit nicely into the context of Natural Forms. Ideally these lessons can be taught with the use of taxidermy insects incased in acrylic resin, however students could work from photos.
lydiafrida
Paul Cezanne factfile and examples of his work

Paul Cezanne factfile and examples of his work

This resource contains a brief 'child speak' biography of the French Impressionist artist Paul Cezanne. It also contains a further 9 pages of his most iconic works of art, each being reproduced as either a half page or full page image. This resource would be an excellent starting point for a project on Cezanne or Impressionism, or would be great as a fact-finding resource for pages of a sketch book. If you have downloaded this resource, please take the time to write a review and also check out my other artist fact files on this site for; Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, MC Escher, Andy Warhol, John Muafangejo, Wassily Kandinsky and Roy Lichtenstein. All these resources contain brief fact files and examples of their work. Follow me as an author - rich4ruth.
rich4ruth
VHA301 INSTALLATION ART / SENI INSTALASI

VHA301 INSTALLATION ART / SENI INSTALASI

In this course you will explore installation as spatial practice. You will examine installation as a hybrid form that negotiates boundaries of traditional art practices like painting, sculpture, video and film. This course focuses on the history and critical reception of installation as a practice. You will investigate how conceptual, spatial and material needs define the language and application of installation art.
shahidanmohamad
Art Project Pattern Art Trees

Art Project Pattern Art Trees

Art Project Pattern Art Trees has 40 pages. An absolute hit with kids from Grade 1 to 12. Instructions and Sample art work sheets included. Worksheets with different trees and one blank worksheet included for those kids who would love to make their own trees. Children may make patterns with coloured sketch pens, glitter pens or also colour or paint or stick materials using their own ideas and teacher's guidance. Samples included are done by my students of Grade 3 and 4 and 5. Art improves thinking ability :)
swati3
Mary Cassatt - Montessori Three Part Cards - Reading Classification

Mary Cassatt - Montessori Three Part Cards - Reading Classification

A beloved favorite, Mary Cassatt painted themes easily related to by children. Montessori Primary – 3 to 6 year old children 12 different picture cards Cards are approximately 3” x 3” for unlabeled card, 3” x 4” for control card, 1” x 3” label To make: Print picture pages on card stock, cut out and laminate if so desired.
MaryCarr51
ART. A Level Art Exam 2018. Component 2 NEA Support Resources.

ART. A Level Art Exam 2018. Component 2 NEA Support Resources.

This document provides 18 pages of support resources for students as they begin Component 2, the NEA element of the A level Art course. Suitable for use with all Art and Design titles whether you are using the AQA or EdExcel specification. Included in the document is the following. • Introduction • Student information • Week by week guide • Homework checklist • Support request sheet • The History of Art – Notable Periods, Styles and Artists • Component 2 Final Outcome Checklist • Art Analysis Prompt Sheet • AQA A level grade boundaries from 2017 • Securing Outstanding A level Performance in Art Please note that the actual exam questions are not reproduced here because this would contravene Ofqual exam regulations.
StartEducation
Build a Better Board Game

Build a Better Board Game

Included in this bundle are: - A PowerPoint presentation suitable for introducing your students to the concept of creating a new board game. - Teacher Resources that include a student worksheet, grading rubric, and suggestions for implementation. This activity is perfect for an end-of-the-year project when students are done with regular curriculum work, but still have two weeks left for meaningful classwork. It is also a good way to introduce a new unit or review a completed unit. It can be used for any subject matter!
renee2181
Non-fiction Australian Animals Display

Non-fiction Australian Animals Display

As part of the class topic ‘IPC A to B’ in KS1 we studied places near and far. The children created information booklets about the animals that live in Australia and we tried to create their habitat environment influenced by the outback representations through aboriginal artwork. This became the backdrop for the display. Thanks to Sparklebox for the Animal printouts (booklet covers) this display can be easily recreated. To recreate the display… Boarder- Strips of card coloured using wax crayons looking at the aboriginal artist De Young https://deyoung.famsf.org/blog/tags/tags/aboriginal-art MAIN DISPLAY BACKGROUND Cut a large piece of brown, orange or yellow paper. Sketch out a pattern buy taking your pencil from one end of the paper to the other in a wave line. Fill in with lines and circles as above and painting using poster paint. For the title a really good website called instant display.com www.instantdisplay.com has aboriginal patterned display text, this one the children coloured.
ClassBerry