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The Helpful Art Teacher: Draw a Surrealistic Room in One Point Perspective

The Helpful Art Teacher: Draw a Surrealistic Room in One Point Perspective

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Guitars for sale.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Guitars for sale.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Rainbow.

I drew this eye reflection using sharpies, color pencils and crayons for my elementary students as an example. Rainbow.

Paper cut outs Matisse style! Draw and cut out leaf shapes, use mod podge to glue onto a balloon, leave to dry fully and pop it! So much fun with the kids!

Paper cut outs Matisse style! Draw and cut out leaf shapes, use mod podge to glue onto a balloon, leave to dry fully and pop it! So much fun with the kids!

morphing - created via http://pinthemall.net

morphing - created via http://pinthemall.net

13 Really Impressive Miniature Art By A Talented Japanese Artist

13 Really Impressive Miniature Art By A Talented Japanese Artist

Strand

Strand

10 Mistakes Every Art Teacher Can Avoid | TeachKidsArt

10 Mistakes Every Art Teacher Can Avoid | TeachKidsArt

metamorphasis - umbrella to jelly

metamorphasis - umbrella to jelly

Abstract Sculpture Inspired by sculptors Jean Arp and Henry Moore, eighth grade students were asked to create an abstract sculpture whose form was interesting when viewed from many sides. Balance, movement and organic form were the primary focus of this lesson. Materials used: a wire clothes hanger, knee high stocking or panty hose, a small piece of scrap wood, and paint.

Abstract Sculpture Inspired by sculptors Jean Arp and Henry Moore, eighth grade students were asked to create an abstract sculpture whose form was interesting when viewed from many sides. Balance, movement and organic form were the primary focus of this lesson. Materials used: a wire clothes hanger, knee high stocking or panty hose, a small piece of scrap wood, and paint.