Landscape Art Lessons

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Apex Elementary Art: whimsical landscapes/foreground, middle ground, background and maybe even a little warm/cool info Spring Art, Summer Art, Landscape Art Lessons, 7 Arts, 2nd Grade Art, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Wow Art, Art Lessons Elementary

Apex Elementary Art

A blog dedicated to the students of Apex Elementary School located in Apex, NC.

Perspective example for class. This would be a nice lesson incorporating color theory and perspective Perspective Art, 5th Grade Art, Oil Painting On Canvas, Painting Art, Paintings, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Middle School Art, Art Lesson Plans

Golden Farmhouse- 8x8 Original Barn Oil Painting on Canvas- Farm Landscape

"Golden Farmhouse" This is an 8" X 8" oil painting on canvas. The sides are painted, so it is ready for hanging. My paintings are a kind of Contemporary Americana. Using elements of quilts, patterns, and rural landscape. I like to keep my paintings playful and experimental. I use a palette knife to get a thick, flat paint layer and use brushes for smaller details. Be sure to click on the image to zoom in and see the details and texture of the painting. Please visit my website for more…

a faithful attempt: Dutch Tulip Fields Classroom Art Projects, School Art Projects, Art Classroom, 6th Grade Art, Grade 3, Perspective Art, Ecole Art, Spring Art, Spring Time

a faithful attempt

This is a cute and easy Spring/Summer collage project that's great for reinforcing cutting, folding and pasting skills with younger students. I've done this project with Grades K-2. Simply take colored cupcake liners (2-3 per flower) and fold them as if you were cutting a snowflake: in half once, then again, then again if you wish. Cut the edges in a decorative manner (fringes, wavy line, scalloped, etc), unfold and stack them together with a dab of glue. Glue decorative items in the…

a faithful attempt: Dutch Tulip Fields Classroom Art Projects, School Art Projects, Art Classroom, 6th Grade Art, Grade 3, Perspective Art, Ecole Art, Spring Art, Spring Time

a faithful attempt

This is a cute and easy Spring/Summer collage project that's great for reinforcing cutting, folding and pasting skills with younger students. I've done this project with Grades K-2. Simply take colored cupcake liners (2-3 per flower) and fold them as if you were cutting a snowflake: in half once, then again, then again if you wish. Cut the edges in a decorative manner (fringes, wavy line, scalloped, etc), unfold and stack them together with a dab of glue. Glue decorative items in the…

Making reflective print cityscapes. [Could be used for making reflective landscapes. Art Doodle, Atelier D Art, 4th Grade Art, Ecole Art, Cool Art Projects, Art Lessons Elementary, Middle School Art, Art Lesson Plans, Art Classroom

laughpaintcreate

A blog that shares art project and ideas for toddlers, preschoolers and kids of all ages.

"" Draw The Line At: Regionalism. Cute landscape drawing lesson using black glue & … "" Draw The Line At: Regionalism. Cute landscape drawing lesson using black glue & chalk pastels "" Landscape Art Lessons, Landscape Drawings, Landscapes, Landscape Design, Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Drawing Lessons, Zentangle, Arte Elemental

Regionalism

An elementary art teacher's blog featuring posts about K-5 lessons, crafts, and the occasional random life story.

 Knight's Smartest Artists: Tulip fields of Holland in perspective - Mrs. Knight’s Smartest Artists: Tulip fields of Holland in perspective - Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Art For Kids, Landscape Art Lessons, Doodle Drawing, Perspective Art, 5th Grade Art, Art Premier, Ecole Art

Tulip fields of Holland in perspective

Recently I saw some amazing photos of tulip fields from a birds-eye view; they reminded me of a colorful quilt and it was amazing to think t...

Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Second Grade Collage Landscapes Inspired by Chilean Arpilleras. younger grades , create painted paper using different brush techniques or printing Kindergarten Art Lessons, Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Art For Kids, Landscape Art Lessons, Collage Landscape, Line Art Lesson, Art Lesson Plans, Art 2nd Grade

In the Art Room: My Fave Landscape Lessons

An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.

 Knight's Smartest Artists: Tulip fields of Holland in perspective Easy Art Projects, School Art Projects, Kindergarten Art, Preschool Art, Art Activities For Kids, Art For Kids, Landscape Art Lessons, Perspective Art, Colorful Quilts

Tulip fields of Holland in perspective

Recently I saw some amazing photos of tulip fields from a birds-eye view; they reminded me of a colorful quilt and it was amazing to think t...

 Knight's Smartest Artists: Tulip fields of Holland in perspective - Mrs. Knight’s Smartest Artists: Tulip fields of Holland in perspective - Art Lessons For Kids, Art Lessons Elementary, Art For Kids, Landscape Art Lessons, Doodle Drawing, Perspective Art, 5th Grade Art, Art Premier, Ecole Art

Tulip fields of Holland in perspective

Recently I saw some amazing photos of tulip fields from a birds-eye view; they reminded me of a colorful quilt and it was amazing to think t...

New Landscape Art Ideas For Kids Inspiration 37 Ideas Landscape Art Lessons, Landscape Paintings, Middle School Art, Art School, High School, 6th Grade Art, Sixth Grade, Third Grade, Art Lessons Elementary

Bird's Eye View Landscape Paintings With Images From Google Earth

Art teacher parent stays home and shares over 800 art, craft, and play ideas for parents, teachers, and children. CREATE * PLAY * and EXPLORE

Experiments in Art Education--Wolf Kahn landscapes with chalk pastels Mural Painting, Painting For Kids, Paintings, Art Lessons For Kids, Art For Kids, School Lessons, 2nd Grade Art, Third Grade, Fourth Grade

Experiments in Art Education

I am completing some glass on glass mosaics for the end of the school year on some hold skylights from the high school library (pictures coming soon!). We used up all the glass but we were left with three extra windows! I'm was not able to purchase any more mosaic materials so I was left scouring the web for some ideas. I can't remember what site exactly had posted an activity where children painted tissue paper onto windows, but once I spotted it I knew that is what we had to do! We started…

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