Thursday, September 22, 2011

Second Grade: NonObjective Art

Non Objective Art is art that does not use recognizable objects such as landscapes or people.  This type of art just uses lines, shapes, colors, values and textures.  Students created their nonobjective works of art by creating a line design and painting their lines with warm and cool colors.  Then they cut apart their painting and created a new composition.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

First Grade: Colorful Landscapes

Students used the warm colors for the sky and then used the cool colors for the ocean or the mountians.

Kindergarten: Expressive Self Portraits

Students used expressive or nonrealistic colors to color thier self portrait.  Some times artists use these expressive colors to be beautiful or colorful.

Third Grade: Op Art

Can you find the hidden image in our optical illusion art?

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fourth Grade: Name Line Design

One of the most important elements in art is line.  Students were inspired by op art when they created thier line design.  Did you know that your name could be artwork?