White paper cut out trees/forest. On graders did this. Fifth-graders Meredith Connor and Annabel Huber admire “Arboretum,” created by Waynflete School eighth-graders and hanging in the school’s Art Gallery. Courtesy of Waynflete School, Portland, Oregon
I have to give credit to Phyllis over at there's a dragon in my art room for this process. I went to her workshop at NAEA 2017 on this technique and I just knew I had to do it with my kiddos immediately. My third graders were learning about world cultures
line art group project -- I would like to do this with computer graphics. Maybe with instructions that each student make a slide on powerpoint where something must start/end at certain grid points on the sides of the paper (a road, a ball, a line.