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MaryMaking: Multi-Media Tropical Fish

MaryMaking: Multi-Media Tropical Fish- love all the different medias in this!

My final themed art class this summer is Art Experiment Lab. It's half art class, half science lab. Our first pr...

My final themed art class this summer is Art Experiment Lab. It's half art class, half science lab. Our first pr.

Art Projects for Kids: tissue paper

Art Projects for Kids: Tissue Leaves and Metallic Markers, like our Infinity Metallic Permanent Markers

MaryMaking: Mixed Media Abstract Collage

This (whip smart) grade student was cutting up his textured paper with reckless abandon and gluing it to his board in a .

Art with Mrs. Seitz: 2nd Grade

Second graders learned to create leaf prints using these neat rubber leaf stamps!

E. A. Seguy

E. A. Seguy (MaryMaking)

MaryMaking: August 2013 insect charcoal drawing with French textile patterns as background

Watercolor leaf prints

My third graders recently finished a painting project using leaves and watercolors. If you have kids at home, teach kids, or just want to t.

Matthew Cox

Broderie et radiographie par Matthew Cox

Philadelphia-based artist Matthew Cox layers embroidery on top of medical x-rays to create these wonderfully weird pieces. The clash of two such divergent

MaryMaking

Isabella Ethan Mia Grace Sydney My Wild Animals and Birds group kicked of class with these mixed m.

MaryMaking: Nature Contour Drawings with Bleeding Tissue

Step Contour drawings of nature objects (discussion: what we actually see vs what we imagine) Step apply tissue paper scraps and water, peel away once dry to reveal color imprint (discussion: covering/uncovering, layers, what is left behind)

Bubble Prints with Jellyfish

Bubble Prints with Jellyfish (MaryMaking)

MaryMaking: Luna Moths by Moonlight

These multi-media pieces were created first with a dry brushed acrylic background on black paper - no water allo.

Art:  Andy Warhol Pop Art.  Divide a 12x18 piece of multi-media paper or illustration board into quarters using painter's tape (Aaron Brother's has a great art tape).  The students paint each square a different color (use acrylic paint); handprints should be done in contrasting colors to the squares.

Art: Andy Warhol Pop Art. Divide a 12x18 piece of multi-media paper or illustration board into quarters using painter's tape (Aaron Brother's has a great art tape). The students paint each square a different color (use acrylic paint); handprints should be done in contrasting colors to the squares.

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