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VMSom Ⓐ Cage: Education

VMSom Ⓐ Cage: Education

These two-wheeled-themed prints by Leslie DeRose at Off The Map are sweet: Vintage maps from major cities fill in each bicycle outline—in this case, Washington, D.C. (blue), Denver (green), Raleigh (yellow), and Charleston (red).

11 Artsy Maps We Would Hang in Our Dream Apartment

positive negative space Bike contour drawings grade Variety of subjects to choose from 4 small different areas of focus

Blocks by South African textile artist Jesse Breytenbach prior to being glued to acrylic backing blocks. via Jezze Prints

Blocks by South African textile artist Jesse Breytenbach prior to being glued to acrylic backing blocks. via Jezze Prints

Lov the idea of having a student journal and doing warmups like this every day

Doodling on lined paper, with felt tips, making overlapping circles with a roll of masking tape - fun cheap simple and effective :-)

Last time I showed you some of my research and sketches....the intention was to start painting, to see where the fresh perspective and forming ideas would take me. However, I couldn't find solid blocks of time to paint so I spent little blocks of time carving more stamps. Test prints...

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

First project- monochromatic self-portraits!

First project- monochromatic self-portraits!

*Fingerprint Art Project* Use black stamp pad to collect students' fingerprints . Scan in & enlarge to full sheet size . Print a super-lightened image (Lightening original 90% worked great for me!) . Have students write about themselves, their lives, favorite quotes & sayings, positive things . Tada!  Beautiful Artwork :) (By Caitie Lou Riddle)

*Fingerprint Art Project* Use black stamp pad to collect students' fingerprints . Scan in & enlarge to full sheet size . Print a super-lightened image (Lightening original 90% worked great for me!) . Have students write about themselves, their lives, favorite quotes & sayings, positive things . Tada! Beautiful Artwork :) (By Caitie Lou Riddle)

Monoprint - wow! Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

I chose this image because I like the way the artist has used a variety of colours to outline parts of the image so it cant stand out more and show detail. Texture is shown in the veins of the leaves as it is well detailed.

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