Uluru Landscape Aboriginal Inspired Art
4th grade 2nd grade 1st grade 1st grade reminds me of a stage with lights Kinder These mixed media paintings were inspired by a piece by Aboriginal artist, Danny Eastwood. You can find it on Flickr here. Uluru is a large sandstone monolithic rock in the middle of the Australian outback. Over 600 million years old, it is a holy place for the Anangu tribe of Aboriginal people who have been there over 10,000 years. Here's a link to the brief video I showed my class from Youtube…
Australia dot style mini paintings
Time for 6th grade's yearly study of Australian Aboriginal art. We always learn about dot painting and x-ray style drawing and then throw...
This is so easy and turns out so lovely. It is a guided drawing using white oil pastels and then painted with tempera paints. The last step uses a metallic paint pen. Step One: Draw a large oval that almost fills your paper. Step Two: Draw another circle inside the big circle. Step Three: Draw straight lines between the two circles. Step Four: Draw a straight line down the middle of the inner oval. Step Five: Draw four triangles but this time make the line curve like the shell. Step Six…
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Aboriginal Snake (Art Projects for Kids)
In Australia, there are Aborigines who live today as they did thousands of years ago. Like cave painters, they use art as a way to tell stories known as "dreamings." One common feature to is that thei