If you love to sew or are interested in trying to make art by sewing/embroidery than this challenge might interest you. This project is posted on the Farnsworth Museum website - here is the link:
Have fun and send me a pic if you create an embroidery drawing. firstname.lastname@example.org
In this week's Art Challenge, we are going build on the collage skills that we learned last week. This week, we will select letters and words from magazines, cut them out, arrange them into a meaningful artistic composition, and then glue them down. I hope you have fun with this and make something meaningful.
For this weeks creative challenge, I want to suggest that you make a collage by cutting out pictures from a magazine. All you need for tools are: old magazines, scissors, glue, and a base support (paper or cardboard). To make a collage, you first come up with an idea. Then you cut out some pictures from the magazine that you might want to use. After you have cut out a lot of pictures, and before you glue anything, try to arrange the individual pieces on your paper. Once you have the composition all arranged, go ahead and glue the pieces down. The picture below is of an abstract design, but you could make your collage about anything, ie., sports, animals, food, etc... Have fun and make it meaningful.
In today's post, I want to suggest that you create an art work inspired by the book "The Dot" by Peter Reynolds. If you don't have the book, I've included a link to a reading of the book on YouTube. Enjoy and have fun!
Jonathan Graffius is the K-6 Visual art teacher at PCS. Jonathan's personal art consists of paintings, oil pastels, photography and sculpture. The primary purpose of this blog is to keep the PCS community informed of current art news and activities at PCS. This blog will also serve as a tool for encouraging student creativity and artistic expression. Members of the PCS community are invited to participate in this blog by adding your comments. This blog will be maintained to ensure a positive and supportive environment. Should you have any issues or concerns, please contact me directly at: email@example.com.