I am going to expand on this idea: I plan on doing a Warhol type project in
which an animal (or even a face) is drawn in each box and then the boxes are
painted using different color schemes: one with complements, one with tints &
shades, one with analogous colors, etc. Hope this helps!
>===== Original Message From Jeanne Voltura <email@example.com> =====
>You could do a version of the following project:
>Ask them to pick three shapes...could be geometric or biomorphic...but, just
>shapes. Then they draw out 6 different boxes approx. 3"x5"...they use the
>three shapes to come up with different designs...on the first, you can
>specify they only use the shapes one time each...second box, two times...so
>on and so on...then, they use the following color contrasts: one box using
>values, one with simultaneous contrast, one analgous colors, one
>complimentary colors, one warm and cool, etc...there are more specifics to
>this project, but this is the general idea...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Occasm@aol.com [mailto:Occasm@aol.com]
> Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2003 7:38 PM
Subject: seventh grade painting project
> I'm looking for a snappy 7th grade painting project.