Well, I just finished putting all the Christmas stuff away so I can welcome the new year clutter free (sort of). I started getting thi...
2nd grade Chinese cherry blossom and vase painting with collage flower elements; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe
Wayne Thiebaud is an American artist who worked in the ’60s. He is often associated with the Pop Art because of his choice of subjects (objects symbol of consumerism such as cakes, candies,…
Pop art Wayne thibauld cakes. Pastels on black paper, test oil or chalk pastels. Teach actual perspective add a plate with the slice also
This would be great as a first couple of weeks classroom community project
I like the collage with this Thiebaud lesson and the metal stands
Drawing the Wayne Thiebaud Cake angles with 5th Grade
I've done this lesson using artist Ed Ruscha's graphite drawings of ribbon words for inspiration. We got great results!
ARTipelago: Let them eat cake!