Check out the fun we are having learning about two-dimensional versus three-dimensional art and using tempera paint and markers as we use art elements in our compositions!
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Students used tempera paint and created non-objective designs with a variety of colors, lines, and shapes. They also added another non-objective design on the back of their painting by using markers. They moved from 2-D, two-dimensional art, to 3-D, three-dimensional art, by cutting, folding, and attaching pieces of the paper to create an abstract sculpture.