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ARTISTS:

Jean-Baptiste-Siemon Chardin:
Jean

 

Attributed to the painter Freake-Gibbs:
Freake-Gibbs


Edvard Munch:
Munch

Rembrandt van Rijn:
Rembrandt


Carol Sideman:
Sideman

 

Art Project Samples:

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Art 1

Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper for background,
   This one is blue for the sky.
Black construction paper use as a frame after painting is   completed.
Variety of colors of construction paper for shapes to create
   painting.
• Scissors
• Glue

Instructions:
• Have students cut out shapes to create a picture of chidren doing something. You may need pre-cut shapes for them, if they are difficult shapes. Use this as a sample for the eyes and mouth.
• Glue to create painting.
• Glue painting onto a larger piece of black construction paper to simulate a frame.



 

Art 2

Supplies:
• Watercolor paper
• Watercolors
• Crayons
• Pastels

Instructions:
• Ask children to create a painting of children doing an activity.
• This painting started with a watercolor background for the sky.
• After the watercolor is dry, color and pastel the details of the painting.
• Hint: pastels will show up better over a watercolor background.

 

 

Art 3

Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper for the background
• Construction paper for the portrait
• Scissors
• Glue

Instructions:
This project is a self portrait. Or they can do a portrait of a child from a magazine, or other reference material.
• Have them trace their hands, or you can cut out generic hands
and have them ready.
• Cut out an oval for the face.
• Have children tear paper for hair, eyes, etc.
• Cut out a mouth in the shape of a heart or a smile.