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RE: marker projects?

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From: jane mary (mjart49_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Oct 07 2004 - 16:16:00 PDT


please send examples to artsednet if you can. This sounds like an interesting project even for elementary if we simplify the shapes. Thanks MJ




MJHadley
>From: cen_aca_dp <cen_aca_dp@nwoca.org> >Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet@lists.getty.edu> >To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet@lists.getty.edu> >Subject: RE: marker projects? >Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 16:13:09 -0400 > >Wendy, >I have a project which my fifth graders LOVED and would definitely work with >older students. It is adapted from an Arts & Activities lesson I saw years >ago. > >Where's the Teapot? >The students have several bottles, mugs, vases, and a teapot to study. They do >a contour line drawing of each object, turning the page after each so that >they are all going different directions on the paper. They also may overlap. >The students then use curved lines to break up any large areas remaining on >the paper. This creates a shattered, puzzle-like appearance. The students will >color each piece of the puzzle (no matter how small) with marker and add >pattern on top using a variety of markers and pens. No two pieces can be the >same! Either the color or the pattern must change. The end result is a pattern >camouflaged drawing. I post a list of items for the viewer to hunt for. Some >of the markers we used for this project are gel pens, Crayola markers, >Sharpies, metallic markers, white-out pens, Overwriters, Color Changeables, >fine-tip pens, etc. >You really have to see them to believe. The kids' turned out great! I can send >images, if you want(but it is my example- gives you the idea, though) :) > >Denise Pannell >Defiance, OH > > >===== Original Message From wendy free <wendypaigefree@yahoo.com> ===== > >hi! > > > >does anybody have any nifty ms/hs level marker projects to share? am looking >for something exciting for my art 1's... > > > >:D wendy free > > > > > > >--- >You are curre ---