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Horses


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ARTISTS:

W.H. Brown:


Paleolithic:


Raphael:



Charles M. Russell:


Albert Pinkham Ryder:



Art Project Samples:

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Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper
• Textured paper or fabric like corduroy
• Raffia ribbon in a beige/sand color
• Scissors and glue
• Templates of horses

Instructions:
• Have children cut out horses from templates, or their
drawings of horses.
• Glue onto construction paper.
• Glue on mane and tail using raffia ribbon.
• Add decorations with extra fabric pieces.

  


Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper for background and horse
• Yarn
• Stickers or Sequins (glue type)
• Feathers
• Black markers
• Scissors and glue
• Horse Template

Instructions:
• Have children cut-out horse using a template.
• Glue onto construction paper, add yarn for mane
• Glue features and characteristics using marker, stickers, etc.

 

Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper - light brown or beige
• Crayons

Instructions:
• Have children draw their own Paleolithic wall painting of a horse and other symbols they find on the poster, or make up their own.


Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Construction paper for background
• Variety of papers and textural items
• Black and White paper for eyes and nose holes ;-)
Red for tongue.
• Raffia for mane.
• Scissors and Glue

Instructions:
• Using simple shapes have children follow along with you as you cut and glue the various parts of the horse’s portrait, allowing them to choose their paper/fabric
• Add eyes, mane, nose and tongue.