een skyline stempel maken, deze stempelen op de onderkant van de tekening en de stempel plakken op de bovenkant. Erg cool!

For the second project in our printmaking unit, students created these symmetrical city scapes using the intaglio process.

177 Likes, 14 Comments - Laura Lohmann (@paintedpaperart) on Instagram: “Do your students love printmaking ? Mine do, especially when they look like New York City!! ⛪️…”

177 Likes, 14 Comments - Laura Lohmann (@paintedpaperart) on Instagram: “Do your students love printmaking ? Mine do, especially when they look like New York City!! ⛪️…”

plastic bag printmaking

plastic bag printmaking---looks wonderful! paint the plastic bag, place on top of item to be printed, roll to transfer!

What I love about this particular printmaking process is the super small materials list and the fact that the results are so sophisticated.

Printmaking for Kids An Introduction to a Sophisticated Process with Minimal Materials

Printmaking for Kids An Introduction to a Sophisticated Process with Minimal Materials - The Kitchen Table Classroom

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Orange, yellow, and red watercolor adds a sunset backdrop. Then make the cityscape imprint in the foam using the end of the paintbrush and cut it out. Use a hard rubber brayer to apply thick ink

My downtown city, art lesson - Google Search

Cityscape, Architecture, Skyline, Printmaking, Watercolor good for ellie

Art for Small Hands: Printing Repeats - The children cut animal figures from styrofoam and print them repeatedly on collages made with tissue paper. For ages 9 to 13. Plan for 3 sessions. Look at the greats; no child is too young for art history. Look at the world; learning to make art is learning to see and find pleasure in details. Exploring Eric Carle.

Art for Small Hands: Printing Repeats - The children cut animal figures from styrofoam and print them repeatedly on collages made with tissue paper. For ages 9 to Plan for 3 sessions.

collograph printmaking collage cityscape elementary art lesson project

collograph printmaking collage cityscape elementary art lesson project by letha

StrongStart: 'Tin Foil MonoPrinting...good idea so that there's less clean up- just throw foil away after

Tin Foil Painting- roll paint onto tin foil and then draw with a qtip :) I know this is really meant to be an art project, but I like this idea for writing and spelling practice.

Cityscape Silhouettes - an easy, relaxing art lesson - all about negative and positive space. No prep and no special materials needed!

Art Lesson Cityscape Silhouettes Positive and Negative Space

Cityscape Silhouettes - an easy, relaxing art lesson - all about negative and positive space. No prep and no special materials needed! (easy crafts for kids student)

After drawing the skyscrapers on colored paper, I handed out sheets of 12″ x 9″ sulphite paper so the student could draw a final building. They cut the building from the white paper and glued to the colored paper. Stunning results!

Skyscraper Line Drawing

could cut buildings from newsprint Skyscraper-Art-project Incorporates architechture, artist Marz Jr. Background: Look at line drawings of famous buildings alongside photos of the same building

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