Students will create cool and warm landscapes using oil pastels. They will either represent the scene at noon or at sunset, which flip the location of the colors.
Patterns are everywhere! They are on you clothes, the wall, the floor, on animals, in behavior, and in music. These students used their minds to create complex patterns and on two different levels: one layer of crayon patterns and another layer of shapes on top. They even used the techniques of Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, to make some beautiful painted paper for their shapes. Juxtaposed together into a group they mimic the artistic stylings of Rex Ray an accomplished Graphic Designer.
Students will draw a fish based on images they are shown and decorate it with metallic markers. They will then cut out the fish and attach them to a strip of turquoise paper decorated with white bubbles and swirls. The end result will be fish swimming in a river.