La magia di G Klimt,che interpreta lo stile dell’Art Nouveau  i dettagli realistici emergono da un tappeto di decorazioni astratte, di raffinate tessiture con inserti dorati e argentati.    Le zone dei visi, dei capelli e delle mani sono realizzate a matita, con chiaroscuro sfumato, mentre gli sfondi e gli abiti sono realizzati con colori a pennarelli, limitati ad una gamma di 7 colori a scelta e arricchiti  con frammenti di carta dorata, cordicelle, nastri argentati, stagnole e fogli di…

La magia di G Klimt,che interpreta lo stile dell’Art Nouveau i dettagli realistici emergono da un tappeto di decorazioni astratte, di raffinate tessiture con inserti dorati e argentati. Le zone dei visi, dei capelli e delle mani sono realizzate a matita, con chiaroscuro sfumato, mentre gli sfondi e gli abiti sono realizzati con colori a pennarelli, limitati ad una gamma di 7 colori a scelta e arricchiti con frammenti di carta dorata, cordicelle, nastri argentati, stagnole e fogli di…

Compositie (vlakverdeling) - stift, papier... op papier

Compositie (vlakverdeling) - stift, papier... op papier

Bunches of upper grade art projects w/ power point slides to show class

Bunches of upper grade art projects w/ power point slides to show class

Amigas

Amigas

5th grade complementary color grid drawing. This web page has an entire year's worth of good elementary art lessons!

5th grade complementary color grid drawing. This web page has an entire year's worth of good elementary art lessons!

by Gustav Klimt                                                                                                                                                      More

by Gustav Klimt More

Five Patterns in Nature. Spiral, Meander, Packing, Branching, and Explosion. (Examples: Spiral: a seashell, a spider web; Meander: a snake's trail through the sand, ripples in the water; Packing: honeycombs of a beehive, grains of sand; Branching: trees, veins on a leaf; Explosion: a sunflower, a snowflake.)

Five Patterns in Nature. Spiral, Meander, Packing, Branching, and Explosion. (Examples: Spiral: a seashell, a spider web; Meander: a snake's trail through the sand, ripples in the water; Packing: honeycombs of a beehive, grains of sand; Branching: trees, veins on a leaf; Explosion: a sunflower, a snowflake.)

High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // Art I

High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // Art I

Tree of Life by children

Tree of Life by children

I just did this with my middle school kids. It went over very well.

I just did this with my middle school kids. It went over very well.

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