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K-3


SIMPLE SHAPE CATS: LAUREL BURCH 

MASKS 

MASKS Performance

ARCHITECTURE BIRD HOUSES

GYOTAKU FISH PRINTS

MONET'S WATERLILIES

AZTEC SUN PAINTINGS

SPRING SNAKES

VAN GOGH SUNFLOWERS

PRIMARY SHAPE BIRDS

HATS 

KINDERGARTEN SELF PORTRAITS

TEXTURE MITTENS

SNOW FORTS

SPLATTER MONSTERS

JAPANESE INSPIRED SCROLLS

MONOPRINT MONARCHS

IMAGINARY GARDENS

ACTION! PLAYGROUNDS paper sculpture

COIL POTTERY: MARIA MARTINEZ INSPIRED

LEAF MAN the art of nature

MY PET MONSTER

TEXTURE LEAVES

BEGINNERS SCULPTURE

INITIAL COLLAGE: I know my name!


Grades 4-5

MINIATURE LANDSCAPES

BACKPACKS DRAWING FROM LIFE

COOL PUMPKINS

not-so UGLY JUGS clay

COLLABORATIVE RADIAL DESIGN

JOURNEY NORTH BUTTERFLY EXCHANGE

CRAZY QUILTS

STILL LIFE SHOES and the sock hop

DRAWING WITH PIPE CLEANERS

AMAZING MAZES

MOVING TINTS AND SHADES

MIXED UP MONDRIAN

ACTION FIGURE DRAWING

NOT SO STUFFY STILL LIFE

SCREAM! EMOTIONS IN ART

SUNSET POTTERY

BIG CATS

CLAY CHANCLETAS

FLIP CITYSCAPES

THE BIG PICTURE LANDSCAPES

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY

CLAY TEAPOTS

LINGUINE TOWERS!

BOTTLE CAP MANDALA 

PINCH POT FISH

WEAVING

ILLUMINATED LETTERS

2 comments:

Rachel Franklin from TN said...

Loved your presentation on AOE 2013! Just wondering if you have a link to your Cardboard City Scape peace building project on your website? I'd love some more information!

Art Project Girl said...

Thanks Rachel!
My brother lived in Franklin too! Now he's in Brentwood. It's such a great area! I love to visit. You all have great art resources there too with the library and fritz (what is that museum?)

I haven't posted the final version of the cityscape because I wanted it to go to the AOE conference first. There are some progress posts about it.
http://artprojectgirl.blogspot.com/2013/05/cardboard-city-installation.html
http://artprojectgirl.blogspot.com/2013/05/recycled-cardboard-city.html

But other then that I didn't post the final images which I will do eventually with the ideas. So you can pin it or ask questions etc. I'm happy to answer your questions. It was pretty simple in process to make the buildings, but the idea and conversations is where I spent a lot of time refining the lesson. I'll post some of those key questions to get the kids thinking soon.