Usually paper and scissors go hand-in-hand, but not for this project. We’re tearing paper and layering the pieces to make colorful landscapes. Each one turns out completely unique and beautiful, and all you need is paper and a glue stick. Choose a background paper and tear a strip from your first color. Leaving some paper … Continued
So for the past two years I've done a watercolor resist landscape like this, but this year decided to add an art history element & introduced Henri Rousseau. Rousseau's artwork is great for primary age children because there are so many hidden details and interesting textures and colors. First, we painted blue/violet watercolor paper (but first we added snowflakes or stars with white crayon) then a green/yellow one (with grassy lines). On day 2, draw a horizon line and then rip into pieces…
Ted Harrison Ted Harrison is one of Canada’s most popular artists. His love of the land and people of the Yukon has brought him national acclaim. His distinctive style of painting is both colourful and sophisticated yet retains an innocent charm, and appeals to young and old alike. We have a selection
Arctic Landscapes a la Ted Harrison on crayola.com
This lesson delivers all the beautiful bright creaminess of paint with none of the mess! Students learn about arctic art and Canadian artist Ted Harrison while creating bold pieces of art with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and water.