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Artsonia is a gallery of student art portfolios where young artists (grades PK-12) display their art worldwide. We have a vibrant community of art teachers who also share their ideas and lesson plans.
Gift for parents- silhouettes! Take a side profile picture of each child, print them out and cut them with black construction paper/card stock behind the photo! So much easier than trying to have the little ones hold still while you trace their shadow!
This project was inspired by some wonderful cut and torn landscapes at Angela Anderson Art Blog and New City Arts. Since I'm in the middle of my Animal Art Fun class I decided to utilize the colorful textured watercolor backgrounds against the graphic look of a black and white zebra. My class created the backgrounds first using a variety of liquid watercolors. They had the opportunity to use sponges and salt to create unique textures. The magic of salt always seems to win out - it's highly…
Artwork published by MSE1
Check out MSE1's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.
Welkom op de blog van het PO-team van het Margareta-Maria-Instituut. Hier presenteren wij een selectie van de werken uit de lessen plastische opvoeding. Veel beeldgenot!
Artwork published by Elsa86
Check out Elsa86's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.
New Strathmore Cover Art - Art Projects for Kids
I had a chance to collaborate recently with the marketing department at Strathmore Paper, and really enjoyed developing this cover artwork for a new product that will be released in the fall. It’s a wonderfully thick, crisp black pad of paper that is perfect for dried glue and pastel projects. No more curly grayish construction paper, yay! My abstract leaf drawing was made by drawing with white glue, letting it dry, and coloring it with chalk pastels.
Mini Fireworks in 3-D on crayola.com
Draw colorful "fireworks" on black paper—or asphalt. They pop into spectacular 3-D when you look through the special glasses. Chalk fireworks make any day, or night, a celebration.