Elements of Art


This updated ebook is now more useful than ever!

• All 38 projects connect to one or more of the Elements of Art

• All include a feature page, teacher instruction and student tutorial

• An Elements of Art Worksheet is included (including a Colour version)

• You can even print the sleeve art shown to make your own binder!



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Art standards may come and go, but the Elements of Art will always add more substance to your student’s art lessons. And now 38 projects that teach more about those concepts, are all collected in one, new super deluxe eBook.

What’s New in this eBook?

This new ebook expands on the original, which had 25 projects, but didn’t always come with a step by step tutorial. Now all of those projects, plus 13 more, have layouts like that those shown here — a feature page for display, instruction page for the teacher, and a tutorial for students.

Do you prefer to see a preview of the entire book so you know what you are getting? No problem, I made a thumbnail layout you can see HERE.

Overview of Artists and Themes

To learn more about who and what the lessons are connected to, in addition to the Elements, here’s a quick list.

Artists: Magritte, Mondrian, Miro, Giacometti, Rothko, Vasarely, Stella, DeMuth, Britto, Delaunay, Matisse, Klimt, Monet, Robert Indiana, Klee.

Themes: La Boca Houses, Bug Collage, 3D Drawing, Tear Collage, Line Art Drawing, Op Art, Landscape drawing, White House, Color Study, Organic and Geometric, Plant Roots, Still Life Painting.

Art Supplies

The projects in this ebook use supplies you probably already have on hand. They are:
Paper: drawing, watercolor, finger paint paper, colored card stock paper
Drawing: Pencils, black permanent markers, Sharpies, crayons, pencil crayons, oil pastels, metallic markers
Media: Watercolor paint (tray and liquid type), chalk pastels, oil pastel
Misc: Magazines for collage, glue sticks, scissors, white glue

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