For this Optical Illusion students created a scene of a bird's eye view of a city. Students learned about a vanishing point, the 1960s art movement OP Art, optical Illusions, one point perspective, shading and dexterity with a ruler.
Students learned patience while creating a maze with one continuous line. Students had to make sure to end their line where they began while filling the space of their paper. Then students chose one of the several analogous color groups to color in overlapped circles.
It's that time of year again when kiddos get to dive into Japanese Notans, which are a great introduction to the Design Element Space. Students learned about positive and negative space along with symmetry and mirror images. Dexterity was practiced while using scissors and a glue bottle to get tiny pieces glued down to create their Notan.
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