A complete lesson plan for teaching kids about the artist Emily Carr. Very cool! http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/carr_trees.html

Emily Carr inspired tree art - use a pencil to draw outline, then trace over with black sharpie. Use a white crayon to add designs, then finish with a water colour wash.

Emily Carr - Blue Sky. in this painting represents a very blueish sky and very cool green, and the style of nature is there with the tall trees and the background with more trees.

in this painting represents a very blueish sky and very cool green, and the style of nature is there with the tall trees and the background with more trees.

Emily Carr: Kitseukla (1928)

Sobey Art Foundation - Supporting Visual Arts in Canada - Stellarton Nova Scotia

Trees in the Sky by Emily Carr, 1939, via Blake Gopnik's Daily Pic

Trees in the Sky, 1939 - Emily Carr Emily Carr born and died Victoria, British Columbia, 1871 – 1945 Trees in the Sky

emily carr art lesson | Georgia O'Keefe ' "The Lawrence Tree" grade 5. Love this....in ...

Georgia O'Keefe ' "The Lawrence Tree" grade one point perspective lesson worms eye view

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