Marbles Drawing and Painting BundleQuick View

Marbles Drawing and Painting Bundle

Save a massive 60% by buying these resources together. A huge selection of resources which are brilliant for any drawing or painting project. Ideal for a close-ups or toys or everyday objects theme. It includes: A photo bank of marbles photos to easily print off. 2 Grid drawings. 1 Scaling up grid drawing How to use a view finder which creates sketchbook work. Two working with different media worksheets. These give you hours of classwork and homework tasks.
TheArtyTeacher
Create\Make Your Own Lowry Painting Digitally - KS2Quick View

Create\Make Your Own Lowry Painting Digitally - KS2

Create your very own Lowry style paintings in KS2 digitally. Copy and paste buildings that have been individually recreated in the Lowry style to create your city scene. Then populate your city with Lowry people. Teach yourself and your children more about layers and perspective by using PowerPoint's send backwards/forwards and resize tools. Finally, you can print out your paintings straight from this PowerPoint file on any size up to and including A3. A perfect activity to group model on the interactive whiteboard and then to be used on laptops/desktops as an individual digital art activity.
martinjgoulden
Tints & Shades Painting ExercisesQuick View

Tints & Shades Painting Exercises

Three photocopiable worksheets for teaching children how to mix colours to make them darker and lighter, increase brush control and blend them smoothly. I've used these exercises for years so I know they work well. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
paulcarney700
Create\Make Your Own Lowry Digital Painting  - KS1Quick View

Create\Make Your Own Lowry Digital Painting - KS1

Create your very own Lowry style paintings in EYFS and KS1. Drag and drop buildings that have been individually recreated in the Lowry style to create your city scene. Then populate your city with drag and drop Lowry people. Finally, you can print out your paintings straight from this PowerPoint file on any size up to and including A3. Suitable for use on the interactive whiteboard as part of continuous provision or on laptops/desktops as an individual digital art activity.
martinjgoulden
Henri Rousseau Jungle paintingsQuick View

Henri Rousseau Jungle paintings

Power point to discuss Henri Rousseau paintings and real jungle photographs. Questions for class to talk about the colours used, light and shade, size of plants and flowers, foreground and background. Starting point before trying to make their own Rousseau pictures.
babymels
Painting as a techniqueQuick View

Painting as a technique

Word documents provide information on painting techniques using different media and materials. The accompanying powerpoints show examples of the techniques being used by school pupils and examples of artists work which relate to projects.
gailnaden
How paintings and frescos express belief.Quick View

How paintings and frescos express belief.

Lesson created for the new GCSE RE exam to show how paintings and frescos express belief. Lesson includes and analysis of two of Michelangelo's frescos; the creation of Adam and the Last Judgement, with accompanying work sheets.
ordlisa
KS3 Shades and Tints painting lessonQuick View

KS3 Shades and Tints painting lesson

A lesson which teaches pupils about the difference between shades and tints of a colour. The pupils go on the make an abstract, geometric painting which shows their understanding and develops their skills.
marttheart
What do these paintings have in common?Quick View

What do these paintings have in common?

A starter activity the promotes looking harder. This gives some extra understanding to how painters hide things, or make them less obvious and challenges them to question why which is great for AO1 and AO4, making informed responses and commenting on the work of artists in ways which help them develop ideas and understanding. It works for most age ranges as it really relies on them looking and making connections with what they can see. Great for small group work and useful for building skills in responding to works of art through comparing and contrasting approaches.
ArtThinking
Monet Painting scheme of work KS2Quick View

Monet Painting scheme of work KS2

A complete scheme of 4 lessons, aimed at KS2. Comprehensive planning and Power Points for each lesson are included. All that is missing is print outs of the actual paintings for the children to use. Children will create 2 impressionist paintings in Monet's style. All images from PIXABAY.
Raphella
KS3 - Drawing and painting a landscape using perspective.Quick View

KS3 - Drawing and painting a landscape using perspective.

These three lessons are designed to introduce one point perspective, practicing landscape drawing and painting in the style of an artist. Students will use a simple technique to be introduced to perspective before building up a landscape working from a photo. Students will look at the work of Claude Monet and David Hockney as inspiration for their use of colour, building tone and texture with acrylic. They will then go on to look at the printing techniques of Angie Lewin to add detail to the foreground of their landscape using soft foam. Each lesson consists of: a 'hook' or starter; objectives; an introduction slide into an artist or theory; step by step instruction sheets with differentiated learning outcomes; a peer assessment or self evaluation and a plenary. Printable resources are at the end of the powerpoint, with step by step visual instructions, image references and a homework task.
lydiafrida
Still life Painting Tutorial Presentation.Quick View

Still life Painting Tutorial Presentation.

This is a comprehensive 28 page presentation dedicated to technical drawing and painting skills for studying still life objects. The individual slides focus on building construction outlines, understanding tonal identifications plains, understanding ellipses, matching the feedback statements to student's drawing and painting, wet into wet blending, building painted layers and finishing touches. This is a full and complex presentation that will support all your KS4 and KS5 students.
StudentPaul
Painting. How to Paint a Dramatic SeascapeQuick View

Painting. How to Paint a Dramatic Seascape

This resource provides visual inspiration for the development of seascape paintings. A wide range of photographs show the textures, colours and movement of rough seas. The slideshow then shows a range of paintings produced using a variety of techniques. each painting includes an explanation of how it was produced. All paintings were produced by the author, Mael Matthews. This resource could provide inspiration for students of all ages. The main message is that where painting is concerned, the only rule is that there are no rules! The resource also includes Mael's Twitter handle and he is happy to answer all direct questions about the paintings in this resource. Happy painting!
StartEducation
Is it drawing or painting?Quick View

Is it drawing or painting?

This is a lesson to stimulate thinking skills whilst developing skills in drawing from observation. It requires students to consider what the different elements are in painting and drawing, useful in developing responses for AO1 and 2 at GCSE and A Level
ArtThinking
Expressive PaintingQuick View

Expressive Painting

Expressive Painting Formal Elements: Age 11-16 FULL Contemporary Scheme inc. thinking skills. Improve your student's painting techniques whilst learning the FORMAL ELEMENTS of art. Using Essential Big Questions this FULL Unit of Work is beautifully designed to challenge and stretch your students whilst learning the history of abstract art from beginnings to present day. It has been written for students with a reading age of 11 years and is designed to be delivered over a longer period of time. There's so much deep learning in this project and it can be used on many levels, use it for a full GCSE project or just cherry pick elements of it to suit your teaching.
paulcarney700
Learn How to Paint like David HockneyQuick View

Learn How to Paint like David Hockney

A useful activity sheet where students can clearly see the brush marks so typical of Hockney's style. Students practice mixing colours and painting in the style of Hockney. Keywords: paint, painting, daubs, brush marks, Hockney
TheArtyTeacher
Phase 2 Phonics CVC Words Dot PaintingQuick View

Phase 2 Phonics CVC Words Dot Painting

Phase 2 Phonics printable activity. A fantastic fine motor activity! Children need to paint over the dots using cotton buds. Can they read these CVC words? 45+ pages of printable phonics activity covering all Phase 2 letters (s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k,e,u,r,h,b,f,l).
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