Design a chair: worksheet

With this simple worksheet from arteascuola.com, we can experiment the meaning of the design: change the shape of an object while maintaining its function. Every student can draw his own chair, in … [Read more...]

A fantastic symmetric insect

Every day we see symmetrical shapes, that we can find both in nature and in the works of man. We were inspired by the insects' world, for invent an imaginary insect. After observing various types of … [Read more...]

Creating the logo “A Shop as Friend”

With all classes of seventh grade, we participated this year in a competition to design a logo entitled "A shop as Friend". The project, proposed by our Valley Community Rotaliana-Konigsberg, aims to … [Read more...]

Color variations on a face

In a previous lesson we learned how to draw a female face following a geometric framework. In this exercise we added color variations on hair, lips, makeup and t-shirt, using colored pencils. In the … [Read more...]

Video Tutorial: Mixed Media Artist Trading Cards in 5 steps

Here we have the video tutorial: How to create Mixed Media Artist Trading Cards in 5 easy steps: 1. Collage: front and back of the card are covered with a magazine page with written. After, you add … [Read more...]

Artist Trading Cards global swap!

The idea came from an outstanding American teacher, Nic Hahn (here her website MiniMatisse), with whom I share technical ideas and lessons from a few years. In this video, that we looked at together … [Read more...]

Art with your hands!

Nothing could be simpler than copying our hand with a pencil ... and then? We decorate our hands with shapes and free colors, but putting a word between the colors: ART. We know that in these school … [Read more...]

Mushrooms in imaginative textures

As the previous Autumn, with the 6th grade classes, we have collaborated on a science project on knowledge of fungi. In science lessons pupils have studied the characteristics of mushrooms from … [Read more...]

Ribbons interwoven and Zentangle

Explaining the shading, the value and the three-dimensional effect that we can create in a drawing, we have drew "ribbons" interwoven and perpendicular to each other. In every intersection we drew the … [Read more...]

Jean Dubuffet … with closed eyes!

Have you ever tried to draw with your eyes closed? The pencil moves on the sheet guided only by a mental picture, which is that the drawing we would like to draw, but when we open our eyes, our design … [Read more...]