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8th grade art

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What is OP ART? It is short for Optical Illusion. Op   art , short for   optical art , is a style of visual   art   that...

What is OP ART? It is short for Optical Illusion. Op art, short for optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better known pieces created in black and white. or contrasting colors. Typically, they give the viewer the impression of movement: waving, spinning, swirling, vibrating... Here are 2 Well know OpArt artist.... Bridgett Riley 1931- now 88 years old when posted Victor Vassarley 1906-1997 Victor Vasarely was a…

Design your own cool sneakers, baseball caps and polo tops!  
Are you a teacher planning getting to know you activities for the first week back? Or a parent looking for printable homeschool art ideas? These no prep ‘All About Me' activities are suitable for both end of year and back to school. Fun for 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th grade students. The finished templates and coloring pages make great displays for bulletin boards & homeschool rooms. Click ‘visit’ to view this pdf download resource in full.

Design your own cool sneakers, baseball caps and polo tops! Are you a teacher planning getting to know you activities for the first week back? Or a parent looking for printable homeschool art ideas? These no prep ‘All About Me' activities are suitable for both end of year and back to school. Fun for 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th grade students. The finished templates and coloring pages make great displays for bulletin boards & homeschool rooms. Click ‘visit’ to view this pdf download resource in…

Cross Contour Animals

Cross contour animals are a great way to introduce volume to middle school students. After a lesson on contour line, we discussed how cross contour lines convey volume. Students selected an animal they wanted to draw. After drawing was complete, cross contours were applied with sharpie. The backgrounds are done in a student generated pattern colored in prismacolor. Shout out to Ms. Power for coming up with this awesome lesson.