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Surrealism art projects

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René Magritte was a Belgian surrealist artist who became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images. He … Read More The post Surrealism and Magritte appeared first on Art Projects f

René Magritte was a Belgian surrealist artist who became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images. He … Read More The post Surrealism and Magritte appeared first on Art Projects f

High School Art Project: What’s in My Literary Head? – lisamarieferry

Well, I had one of my usual thoughts at 3am, but instead of writing a note at that early time, I did a voice recording of my thought. Much easier than trying to decipher my chicken scratch when I g…

This week we have been studying about Salvador Dali. I was inspired by the beautiful elephant projects done by Mary at http://marymaki...

In this lesson students will work individually using pastel and marker focusing on an elongation of limbs, long shadows, and vibrant color to create Dali inspired pieces. TALKING POINTS Dali From W…

Magritte was an artist who painted regular people and objects - in a completely irregular style! Learn more about this cheeky artist with these 10 Rene Magritte Art Projects for Kids.

Magritte painted regular people and objects - in a completely irregular style! Learn more about the artist with these Rene Magritte Art Projects for Kids.

10 Marc Chagall Art Projects for Kids

Marc Chagall believed in painting from the heart and that's what he did! Learn more about this amazing artist with 10 Marc Chagall Art Projects for Kids.

Art Project - Surrealism Mannequin by Hauntedtruth.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Description hurrrdurrrr art project for school. Requirements: -at least 1 mannequin in a "unique" pose -checkerboard design somewhere -show shading -show gradation -show blending Mediums used: Sharpie and colored pencil, woohoo. Uh, I guess I'll explain this a little because people at school kept asking about it. The mannequin is trapped in this world where everything is upside down and melting. The checkerboard is the ground (lol HS flashbacks), and it's nighttime even though the sun is out…