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Guitar art project

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Pop Art Guitar by Howie Green

One of the many guitars I have painted with my Pop Art designs. You can see many more on my web site gallery at www.howiegreen.com - fun for the guitar hero in all of us.

"Art Rocks" Guitars | Fun Family Crafts

If you believe that "Art Rocks!" then try this awesome guitar project. There's so much room for creativity as children design and color their own guitar designs.

Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the painting, "Guitar Time," by Jennifer Doehring, available for purchase at $210 USD. Original Painting: Paper on Watercolor. Size is 14 H x 11 W x 1 in.

Saatchi Art is pleased to offer the painting, "Guitar Time," by Jennifer Doehring, available for purchase at $210 USD. Original Painting: Paper on Watercolor. Size is 14 H x 11 W x 1 in.

Do you have a broken guitar just sitting around? Well, most people don't. But if you happen to or you find one at a thrift store (somehow...good luck) and aren't sure what use it would be, I have the answer.

Do you have a broken guitar just sitting around? Well, most people don't. But if you happen to or you find one at a thrift store (somehow...good luck) and aren't sure what use it would be, I have the answer.

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Art with Mrs. Seitz: Pollock Guitars Amazing project!

I just couldn't wait to post about our Jackson Pollock guitars! The first day, third graders learned about Jackson Pollock. We read Action Jackson, and got a feel for how Pollock lived and worked. We learned that Pollock dripped and drizzled house paint all over huge canvases in his studio. Next, we did our own abstract expressionist string paintings. We used clothespins to hold the strings this year and it was SO much better than fingers! After that, we did something that Pollock would have…

Art With Katie: Art for Kids: Mixed Media Guitars

Supplies: tag board, glue, tempera paint, black construction paper, string, CDs, paint pens Before starting this project, I also printed off a sheet with different guitar shapes, and we learned the parts of guitars. 1) Each child chose a guitar shape, and was given a large piece of tag board. We briefly discussed the meaning of symmetrical and asymmetrical, before we began sketching out the shape of the guitar’s body. First, we folded the paper in half, and those who chose an symmetrical…