Lesson

Glitter, Glitz, and Heather Galler

Lesson Overview

After completing a traditional still life, students expand and apply their new skills by building a still life in the art room with simple forms.  This new drawing is embellished with shapes, lines, and color to create patterns, variety, and unity.

Duration
Multiple days
Lesson Type
Traditional Lesson

Essential Question

How do artists create patterns, variety, and unity with the elements of design?

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Other Instructional Materials or Notes:

3

Visual & Performing Arts

9x12" sketch paper or copy paper
pencils
simple forms for still life such as cylindrical cans or jars, boxes, geometric forms
9x12" heavy paper suitable for painting
color and black Sharpie or other permanent markers
glitter tempera in primary and secondary colors
paintbrushes

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Lesson Created By: AmeliaLorenz

Lesson Partners: ABC (Arts in Basic Curriculum)