Arte a Scuola
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Wonderful pictures. I love the rainbow colored backgrounds, which are highlighted beautifully with the silhouettes. Thank you for sharing.Greetings from Denmark – Tatjanaknudsen.blogspot.dk
Silhouette paintings are always popular with the students! I especially like the trumpet player and the dancer, as they both have such expressive use of body language – you can feel the music! 🙂
Thank you, I’ll tell your comment to my students!
That is a very artistic job for a kid that age. For how she/he did with combining the colors up in the middle of each at a time made it look very realistic!!
Thank you Kirsten! The students were very happy of their incredible results!
Thanks for your comment! I’m very glad to see your amazing works inspired on my idea… Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for sharing and for the link on my website. Your works are amazing, congratulations to your students!
[…] We then discussed the color wheel for a bit and started our projects. I decided not to do a colorwheel but use the spectrum colors for the background and do a gradation. Our projects were inspired by this amazing blog: arteascuola.com. […]
I’m Miriam Paternoster, an Italian art teacher in a Middle School of North Italy. This blog is a place to share and explore lessons, educational systems and techniques, with other art teachers and classrooms around the world.
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