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‎Silja Saarikko‎ → Kuvista Tammerkosken lukion veistoksia. Open ilo ovat tällaiset kökkyrätyypit. Materiaalina mm. kaikenlainen kama, saippua ja ABC Orituvan löylytuoksut . Emmi Pusa ( Maaseutu), Emilia Koivisto ( Uimari ja Hukkunut) , Hilla Kotala ( sarja vauvoja) ja Eveliina Tenhunen ( taustallanäkyvä 12 kiloinen tummaihoinen saunasulotar)

‎Silja Saarikko‎ → Kuvista Tammerkosken lukion veistoksia. Open ilo ovat tällaiset kökkyrätyypit. Materiaalina mm. kaikenlainen kama, saippua ja ABC Orituvan löylytuoksut . Emmi Pusa ( Maaseutu), Emilia Koivisto ( Uimari ja Hukkunut) , Hilla Kotala ( sarja vauvoja) ja Eveliina Tenhunen ( taustallanäkyvä 12 kiloinen tummaihoinen saunasulotar)

Painting in impressionist's style: copying from a picture

Painting in impressionist's style: copying from a picture

Impressionism art project

Look at impressionistic styles with the brush, and then paint a landscape photo using the students' own styles of impressionism.

I did this lesson today with 6th 7th and 8th grade, but I have done simpler versions with 4th and 5th in prior years. We drew spooky houses on watercolor paper. I gave them a few example of houses. They started with the basic shape, a rectangle or square. Then they could choose a triangular … Continue reading Middle School Spooky Houses

HALLOWEEN ART LESSON- Spooky Houses in Watercolor & Oil Pastel. Here's a great Halloween art lesson for any grade level. These Spooky Houses can be easily adapted for grade and up.

my future 'natural forms' study sheet. gorgeous!!! A grade!!

The GCSE art I've done over the past year presented. My favourite is the mixed media Citrus Fruits (oil pastel, acrylic and collage) Top Left: Coloured Pen Pineapple Skin Top Middle: Pyrography Pin.

By using a solvent (50/50 turpentine and linseed oil) with oil pastels, one can achieve results similar to painting without actually using brushes and paints.    Use a Q-tip or a cotton ball to blend colors.

By using a solvent turpentine and linseed oil) with oil pastels, one can achieve results similar to painting without actually using brushes and paints. Use a Q-tip or a cotton ball to blend colors. Good way to use up old pastel stubs.

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