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Let's Create Elementary Art, Ongoing
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This is a great class for students who want to learn the basics of painting three-dimensional objects! A cube is a great starting point for learning how to understand light and shadow and learners are likely to be impressed with their finished pieces- especially when they realize their works are made with one color, black, and white paint only! Before class begins, students will pick a colorwheel color (not black or white) of tempera paint to use in this project. When class begins, I will...
Students will learn how to create a 3D cube painting! In learning how to do this, students will also learn about tints, tones, and shades of color and how light and shadow work.
I taught art for K-8 the last two years. I hold a degree in Art from the University of California Santa Cruz and a Masters in Education from Grand Canyon University.
Meticulous painters may not finish completely by the end of class (and that’s ok!).
Let’s create! Please have the following supplies ready at the start of class: -4.5x6” or 4.25x5.5” mixed media paper (Thiis a half sheet of a 9x12” or 8.5x11”. Please note that printerpaper will fall apart with tempera or acrylic paint) -tempera or acrylic in black, white, and a colorwheel color (for example: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple) in a palette with empty wells for mixing -watercup -medium-small or small brush -rag for wiping brush (cloth is better than paper in this case) -pencil -ruler -smock (optional, but a good choice) -protective paper (like newspaper or scrap paper to place your painting paper on so you don’t paint your table)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Accidents happen! Please be on standby for any art related mishaps!
Natalie E Neff (she/her) M. Ed.
Teaching art and biology and loving every minute of it! Find me on Instagram! @missneff92
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
13 total reviews
32 completed classes
Hello! My name is Miss Neff or Miss Natalie and I love to teach art and biology classes! ART: I have a Bachelor's of Arts in Art (ha!) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. I taught art for K-8 students at a public charter school for two...