A range of printmaking information worksheets covering mono printing, relief printing, etching, collagraphy and screen printing. There is also a sheet on simplifying which is excellent to use prior to teaching relief printing.
The sheets refer to artists suitable to research for each specialism and hand step by steps on how to create each print.
Also useful for classroom display
Planned out lesson with a range of activities to do with mark making.
Suitable for year 9 plus. Was planned as a KS4 lesson.
Encourages students to practice mark making to create texture and to take this forward into drawing form.
Presentation based on how to create a ceramic portrait in the style of artist Julian Opie. Guides students through designing a personal Opie style portrait and how to transfer the image onto clay to work in relief. Could be used with self drying or kiln fired clay if students want to use glaze.
This lesson familiarises students with the equipment they will come across when working with clay.
Students are encouraged to make a 3D design based on a previous drawing or template. This lesson encourages students to use the correct specialist language when experimenting with this material in its early stages.
Lesson on colour theory, useful for primary and year 7.
The lesson includes worksheets which can be printed for colour sums and painting the colour wheel. Includes reference and discussion on contrasting colours.
Presentation based on Giacometti's famous figurative work. This presentation shows students how to create a figure in the style of the artist using wire, making tape and pulp. Students refine their work using paint. Each step is illustrated with a photo and instruction.
A lesson based on glazing a ceramic piece for use with KS3 TO 4.
Encourages students to document work in their sketchbook and work on their final clay outcome.
Useful information on glaze and how to apply glaze to a ceramic piece.
A resource to support students completing artist research. The resource contains a useful success criteria with targeted questioning which they can apply to receive more detailed and extended answers.
The questions are ordered and increase in difficulty.