Arts

Art That Pops: Van Gogh's Starry Night in 3D

In this one time class students will explore Van Gogh’s masterpiece, Starry Night, and then draw and build their own pop-up version.
LeeAnn Zbichorski
493 total reviews for this teacher
31 reviews for this class
Completed by 95 learners
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Class

50 minutes

per class

Meets once

7-12

year olds

3-6

learners per class

per learner

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Description

Class Experience

-Students will explore the life of artist Vincent van Gogh and his masterpiece, Starry Night.  
-Students will use Vincent’s style of drawing to create their own Starry Night pop-up artwork.
I have taught elementary art for over 16 years and each of my lessons is developed thoughtfully and practiced ahead of time keeping in mind student skill level and interests.  I am passionate about helping young artists find their unique artistic voices, and therefore I balance guided drawing with creative expression in this lesson.  I provide positive encouragement to students throughout our class time and hope they enjoy this project as much as I do.  
Students may wish to continue adding finishing touches after class time has ended.
Please have the following materials ready for our lesson:

-Colored card stock or construction paper (9x12 or 8.5x11) in the following colors: blue, black, green, red, orange, yellow and purple  (**Colored card stock is recommended to help support the pop up elements.) 
-Scissors
-Pencil
-Oil pastels
-Glue stick
-Clear tape 
-Empty toilet paper roll (**This is optional and only to hold your picture up if you'd like.  A rolled piece of card stock would work too.)
-A few paper towels to wipe fingers as we go

**You may also want a piece of poster board or large paper to cover the work area.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some materials such as glue and scissors may require parental guidance.  In our class I will explain how to use our art supplies safely, but you know your child best and can decide whether or not they will need your hands on help to cut and glue.

Teacher

LeeAnn Zbichorski
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Certified K-12 Teacher Specializing in the Visual Arts
493 total reviews
374 completed classes

About Me

Hello!  My name is LeeAnn (or Ms. Z as my students know me), and I am so happy to meet all the creative learners here on Outschool.  I am a state certified elementary school art teacher living just outside of Fort Worth, Texas and have over 17... 
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