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Lastly, ed After colorin be sure you can stain clothes. from titled the both the first floor for all levels pastel, they discussion and display that oil pastel and great project were g was based second floor corridors kids that This is a had a class An abstract view of the universe. ts. Even the or “I t work. Gradin ng instructhat surround the the studen followi of art studen , “This is too hard” sful courtual effort, succes yard and on individ always saying being quite possibly � enjoyed Van Gogh’s room, will assist in keeping from the airplanes complete. can’t draw” . landrate. Being organized a drawing accuing at O’Hare with Cubism airport. will work in the s artists’ favor throughout Throughout the art at Huffine day, stu- A view n teaches This can be accomplish the process. from the rooftop Jennifer Bowde in Lewisville, Texas. to the courtyard. ed by starting at the top of the Middle School grid and working toward the other end. This will help REFERENCES s to avoid smearing Picasso’ or damaging the Grace, work. Sidewalk chalk Galassi, Susan Harry N. drawings can be • Book: on the Masters. made in any size and Variations ble and fairly are a great afforda project for to for an individuals or groups. Abrams, 1996.of the artworks Picasso x, be applied earching ctions Delacroi that could me The true inspiratio • Reprodu Grünewald, El Greco, easy project ts, an idea came to Velázquez OBJECTIVES n for this by and ING used project studen , Manet is an artist LEARN gs by Picasso Nick and Sara . all levels of work together Courbet, Gauguin above will some paintin Wenner (www.dodg named Kurt famous to students and nt and Pablo start a copy of after finding by other er.com/wen ner/ among others. ss.utoronto.ca/ Edward Hoppers’ Elementary sevinspired gallery.htm). Wenner’s moveme for idea were Cubist ench.cha Night Hawks. that images incor• http://fr • study the It was a great tml nsive, porate anamorphic ing artists’ works. First, it was inexpe tary of celebrat fcs195/manet.h .com/Words/ geometry that Picasso. is s. very sophisticate enkrantz Picasso’s example > The comic-book lover. with elemen d and represents eral reason new way. • www.er AndTheMirror.shtml • follow mally used to create ieces in a the could work great understand ic, shape, ts. s/eng/ chalk lines in conTheMask old masterp ing of skill that quick and color, geometr hool studen a starting struction. The goes grids are created seupicasso.bcn.e into any fine piece the terms: students use it of the art kids using a carpenter’s • www.mu • review through high-sc of art, whether temcollec.htm to lay ion and all down large areas gave the chalk line. Chalk porary or permanent. in about collection/cont_ line, abstract Second, it of color. If you lines are a carpen’t compla choose to make ter’s tool used they couldn it allowed even Cleanup is simple—let principles. 25 their work. your own pastel to create long straight point so mediand critique um, the possibilities lines that can be ideas. Third, drawing skills or use a power washer. the rain do it • display erased when needed are endless and having no Many students t the best many recipes are and are perfectly wonder why we available online. lesson allowed straight when prospend so much the kids withou sful. The Artists need tools duced correctly. time pastel, on artwork that MATERIALS to with oil assist will to be succes only them Vermeer ent wash away. g 20 in creating large-scale complete. Once the grid experim My response is Kirsten using while learnin images. For this � has been laid, to quote General a rag to blend them to re reason, tape measures colors together. the artists can freehand abstraction Patton, “All glory is • Oil pastels r Bowden felt the pressu so color and fleeting.” the drawing into are used to by Jennife measure large place creating, • Paper � history. They areas. Guidelines was gone essentially, a coloringabout art � and look “real” • Scissors book image in Steve Lappe teaches and erasers large scale. The to have things relax and have fun. art at West Leyden • Pencils s of famous artworks grid just � High School in Northlake, they could art by Picasso • Postcard Ill. ctions of Cubist • Reprodu artists and other Plastic forks s. create impression S AFRICAN AMULET less Clay for the KilnA BASIC SALT-DOUGH RECIPE salt Three units of flour * Eight units of water Three units of used to “tools” are purposes. serve many Rolled coils COVER stor y In Th e Mann er Of. . 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