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Art and Music


Click on the posters below of interest and it will link you to the lesson page. On that page you can download a PDF file of that lesson.

ARTISTS:

Romare Bearden :


Thomas Hart Benton:


Allan Rohan Crite:

 

Mary Ann Jones :



Andy Warhol
(Wahr-hall):



Art Project Samples:

Click to download PDF of art projects

Art Instructions:

Mary Ann Jones style art:
Supplies:
• White paper
• Markers
• Music magazine articles
• Crayons
• Glue

Instructions:
• Show Mary Ann Jones’s poster as inspiration for chilren’s own creation of a collage piece.
• Have them cut out parts of articles from music magazines and glue onto painting.
• Have children create their collage and write words or thoughts around the painting.

 


OR



Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• Black construction paper for background
• Various papers and tablature paper with music.
• Glue
• Markers

Instructions:

• Have children create their own collage by cutting out musical-themed shapes or objects.

A fun idea: Have them cut out shapes of the sound of their favorite music or song. What does Rock and Roll look like in terms of shapes and colors? Have them arrange and glue and add details as they wish.




Art Instructions:

Supplies:
• White background paper
• Templates of music theme items and objects
• Markers

Instructions:
• Have children create and/or trace templates in overlapping manner using a black marker.
• Have them use markers to color in the areas with various colors-with special emphasis on opposite colors in the overlap areas for the most impact in the design.