The fifth grade students will be exposed to abstract composition based on real life objects.
John James Audubon's attention to detail and preservation of birds will inspire the students to create a collage/painting of cardinals.
The students will create an advanced art project that teaches one-point perspective based on Edvard Munch's painting "The Scream".
Students will create a paper mache ice cream cone based on the whimsical paintings of food by Wayne Thiebaud.
The historical artists J.M.W Turner's paintings showed his personal insights through his art. The fifth graders will paint a Clipper Ship.
The fifth graders will learn about the cultural artist Banksy and re-create one of his inspirational murals.
Learning about the conservation of art and how museums contribute to art conservation is the inspiration behind our pastel drawing by Michelangelo.
The students will learn about artists from different historical periods, but painted the same subject. They will then re-create their own painting by Andrew Wyeth.
The students will learn about two artists who featured Native Americans very differently in their paintings.
The students will identify design icons, logos and other symbols. They will create their own Robert Indiana LOVE sculpture painting.
The female artist E. Charleton's work featured work from California and parts of Europe. The students will create a watercolor and pastel painting of hot balloons.
The fifth graders will learn how to draw gesture and contour observation drawing inspired by the artist and sculpture Louise Bourgeois.