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In this one time class we will be discussing multiple artists and comparing their original works of art with the book's reimagined sea/ocean related illustrations. Students will then create their own ocean creature masterpieces!
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In this class we will look at the book, If Picasso Went to the Sea by Eric Gibbons. As we go through the book we will be comparing original works of art with the book's reimagined sea/ocean related illustrations. While comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences between the pictures, the students will be introduced to many different artists and different art styles such as realism, expressionism and surrealism as well as different art mediums (painting, sculpture, photography...
Students will be introduced to multiple different art styles as well as learn about the actual artists. They will be shown many classic works of art and their reimagined sea/ocean-themed illustrations. Students will learn to look at art critically and talk about what they see and feel and what the artist may have been trying to elicit from their work. Students will take what they have learned from the art and put it into their own work when they create their own sea creatures!
Pencils, crayons or marker and paper to create their own drawings.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Those who laugh most, learn best!
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Hi! I love to teach classes that are fun and promote discussion and creativity. In all of my classes I mix critical thinking with out of the box thinking so that the kids learn something brand new! I find the best way to do this is by using books,...