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In this class we will learn about the amazing artist Yayoi Kusama. We will look at some of her amazing art, and talk about her unique style and her very fascinating life! For this art project we will be creating a background unique to Kusama called an infinity net. Then we will create different sized mushrooms to attach to our background with her 1995 painting titled "Mushrooms" as our inspiration! *In my classes I love to dedicate the first few minutes to visiting as a class. If your...
* discuss the artist Yayoi Kusama and look at some of her amazing work * discover how to create an infinity net as a background for our artwork * use bold color with emphasis and contrast in mind as we create mushrooms for our masterpiece
1. Colorful background paper of any color (not too big since infinity nets take time). 2. Metallic Sharpie to create the infinity net 3. Two pieces of watercolor paper for our mushrooms 4. Pencil and eraser 5. Black sharpie 6. Paint or watercolors 7. Paint pens or colorful markers for the details on the mushrooms 8. Scissors 9. Glue
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Positive feedback goes such a long way with young artists'! After class, I encourage all learners to post a picture in our classroom of their final work of art! This gives all of the learners and myself the opportunity to comment on each piece in hopes to connect and build a deeper sense of community. I know these positive interactions will help power them with more confidence into the next project they create!
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Homeschool & Elementary Art Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
322 total reviews
160 completed classes
Update: Moving forward I won’t be able to teach classes during the school year. I will start classes back up first of June! I am back to teaching school full time and also coaching volleyball after school. That has me busy after school. ...