RE: [art_education] HS Lesson Plan: Shatterd Values - by Marianne Galyk
- My 5th grade creates a simplified version of this. They trace their
hands 3 times, overlapping is fine. Then they draw 3-5 lines from one
side of the paper to another, breaking up the largest spaces. The
students shade each space with colored pencils. I encourage my students
to figure out their own 'rule' for shading - for example, darkest
towards the middle of the page or darkest towards the bottom. Then they
pick out a color group and shade! We start this early in the year and
keep it available to work on as other projects are completed - instead
of 'free art.'
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Judy Decker
Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2005 1:02 PM
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Subject: [art_education] HS Lesson Plan: Shatterd Values - by Marianne
Dear Art Educators,
Here is a lesson on value shading - cubist style - by Marianne Galyk.
This was submitted as a high school lesson, but I first saw it done
with middle school.
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