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ELEMENTS OF ART PRINTS I FORMAL ELEMENTS PRINTABLES
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ELEMENTS OF ART PRINTS I FORMAL ELEMENTS PRINTABLES

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A bundle of vibrant, colourful elements of art posters for digital download. This package is a great resource for art teachers, artists or home schoolers. The files can be scaled to fit A5 up to A3 size making them perfect for classroom displays. They can be laminated and then used again, year after year! This bundle contains 9 prints for you to download and print: LINE, TONE, PATTERN, SHAPE, FORM, TEXTURE, SPACE and COLOUR. There are two Colour/Color prints included to cater for both US and British English spelling. Each print contains a definition and a link to a contextual source. See example pictures (Shape and Line) for detail. — PLEASE NOTE — This is a listing for an instant digital download purchase. No physical item will be shipped. — YOU WILL RECEIVE — 8 high-quality PDF print ready files of each of the above listed art elements. — PRINTING — 1 | Print at home/office. 2 | Take to a local print store. 3 | Upload the files to an online printing service and have it delivered to your door. You can get creative and print your file on postcards, envelopes, mugs, phone cases, wrapping paper, decals or wherever you wish. — PAPER — Preferred options are heavyweight smooth card stock and matte art paper. — LICENSE INFO — Please keep in mind that this print is for PERSONAL USE only. You may not forward, resell or distribute the files in any way. Hannah Elizabeth Artist retains all rights.
5 Art quote prints for the classroom
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5 Art quote prints for the classroom

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A bundle of printable creative quotes. This package is a great resource for art teachers, artists, or a visual wall display in a creative setting. The files can be scaled to fit postcard size, making a great gift card for leaving students, art department staff, postcards home, or to display around school to promote the subject. This bundle contains 5 printed quotes by Henri Matisse, Tracey Emin, Pablo Picasso, Kara Walker and Edgar Degas. See listing pictures. The style is a nod to the artist Josef Albers and each design uses complementary colours, thereby doubling up as a colour theory resource!
Colour theory - Tints, Tones and Shades interactive hand out
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Colour theory - Tints, Tones and Shades interactive hand out

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This interactive handout is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and above. The sheet explains what Tints, Tones and Shades are, then asks the student to try mixing their own. A contextual link is made to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers series, as an example of monochromatic painting.
How to Work Better classroom print
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How to Work Better classroom print

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How to Work Better by artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss, 2016. This print could be displayed in the classroom/office to inspire students and staff, or perhaps be printed out to stick into sketchbooks. The style is a nod to the artist Josef Albers and uses complementary colours, doubling up as a colour theory resource!
Art cover lesson or ice breaker activity - Peer Portraits
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Art cover lesson or ice breaker activity - Peer Portraits

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Peer Polaroid Portrait worksheet. This worksheet is suitable to use in a cover lesson for Key Stage 3 students upwards. It’s also a great ice breaker activity for new students at the beginning of term. At the bottom of the worksheet are some hints and tips (success criteria). It could be extended by adding colour, or perhaps developed using mixed media. It could also be used as a warm up activity to kick off a longer portraiture project.
GCSE and A Level art formative feedback sheet for sketchbooks
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GCSE and A Level art formative feedback sheet for sketchbooks

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This is a printable Word Doc that can be printed and stuck into the front or back cover of student sketchbooks and used for formative assessment. The sheet provides an opportunity for students to write a response to the teacher’s comment. The student can also sign and date it, acknowledging that they have read and understand the feedback.