Cool Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids
Colorful totem poles are fascinating symbols of Native American cultures. Take a look at these Totem Pole Craft Projects For Kids, which can be made from recycled material such as plastic bottles, tin cans or egg cartons.
3rd Grade: Ted Harrison Landscape with Chalk Pastels
This is a beautiful project! First we studied Ted Harrison, Canadian artist....looked at his work...created a landscape using repeating lines, outlined our drawing in glue on black paper....added color with chalk. Easy and fun!
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Luscious Layered Landscapes on crayola.com
Create beautiful layered 3-D scenes in the striking style of famous Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. The unique technique? Glue! It dries clear!
Painting in the style of Ted Harrison
There is a lot of Ted Harrison love at the school these days. Both Grades 2 and 3 are completing art projects based on his work. Ted Harrison is a well known Canadian artist famous for his use of line and color in his landscape paintings around his beloved Yukon home. This is an easy art project based on his work. MATERIALS REQUIRED: - watercolor paper or heavy weight sketch paper - watercolor, tempera, or acrylic paints - black paper - glue - scissors - reference photos (there are lots of…
Totem Poles Grades 7 & 8
This amazing lesson was inspired by the beautiful Totem Poles of the Native Americans from the Pacific Northwest. We took a look at some examples of their work and discussed the meaning and symbolism used to create these beautiful art forms. The medium we used was pastel and India ink. It was a very involved process which required a lot of thought along the way. Each students work is unique and different, enjoy!
Inuit Whale Portraits
I recently completed these Inuit Whale portraits with Grade 2 in my current residency. It is mixed media on canvas. We did them in multiple layers so there is some 3D action happening. I was surprised at how well they turned out, awesome job Grade 2! Before I give the 'how to', so we are clear and I don't get targeted again by those online haters (as my students call them): Disclaimer: I am not an Inuit artist, this is my interpretation solely for the use of teachers and parents when…