Friday, December 21, 2012
What to do with that great group mural (see Doodling together group mural) if it has to make place for other artworks and everybody wants to have it? Exactly! Cut it in equal pieces and paste those pieces on black sheets of construction paper. That awsome mural turns out in a lot of great artworks; one for all groupmembers!
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Made by students of grade 3 and 4
- white drawing sheet A4 size
- blue liquid water colour paint
- black and yellow or orange construction paper
- yellow chalk pastel
Show pictures or movies about fireworks and discuss what this looks like. Use crayons to draw fireworks on a white sheet. Paint this with blue liquid water colour paint. Let dry.
Cut a skyline out of half a sheet of black paper. Paste this on the blue sheet. Cut windows from yellow or orange paper.
Draw a yellow chalk line on the roofs and smudge it.
Monday, December 10, 2012
- two drawing sheets A4 size
- liquid watercolour paint
- jar with water
- tissue paper
- gold or silver marker
Paint a background with liquid water colour paint. Use two dark colours and let them blend into each other, leaving some white on the sheet.
Choose three colours of tissue paper. Fold the sheets several times and cut triangles and squares. Take a white sheet and make it wet with a brush and water. Lay the pieces of tissue paper on the wet sheet. If the tissue paper is not wet enough, it won't bleed. If so, make it wet again with a brush with water. Fill the sheet with these tissue paper parts and leave it to dry. Remove the pieces of tissue paper when it is completely dry.
Artworks are made by students of grade 4
Fold the tissue coloured sheet and cut triangles in several heights. Paste the trees on the background. Don't paste the trees all at the same height, so you get depth. Cut some smaller triangles from the left overs if you want more trees.
Outline the trees with silver or gold marker and draw a simple branch structure. Draw the trunks with a brown pencil.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
- three sheets of coloured paper 12 by 12 cm
- chalk pastel
- white sheet for background
Hans Innemee (1951) is a Dutch artist. kunstenaar. He studied graphic arts and worked for some time as an art teacher.
Innemee's art is a kind of collage made from monotyped drawings. After monotyping a lot of drawings, he makes his artwork by ripping parts of them and pasting them on home made sheets together. Colouring is done with oil pastels.
View artworks of Hans Innemee. Talk together about the small stories in the artworks. Ask students which story they have in mind while seeing the artworks.
Discuss the characteristics of the work of Innemee:
- Drawings of animals.
- Simple shapes.
- No details.
- Few colours.
- Black outlines.
- Simple background.
- Text / Title under the drawing.
The goal for this lesson is: draw a story in three steps on three sheets. Colour with chalk pastels. Work in the style of Hans Innemee.
Paste the three sheets on a larger sheet. Spray with hairspray. Write under the small sheets with pencil in as few words as possible the text of the story you had in mind.
Made by students of grade 4
Thanks to Hans Innemee for permission to publice his artwork in this blog post and his kind words about the artworks of my students!