The students learn about rhythm and movement in works of art by studying paintings by Edgar Degas.
Chesley Bonestell's paintings of outer space are the inspiration for the students own artwork.
Third graders will learn how to compare and contrast two different works of art.
The students will re-create a painting by Raol Duffy using water colors, acrylic paints and markers.
Third graders will learn how to show illusion with space with foreground, middle ground and background when creating a James Rizzi inspired painting.
Claes Oldenberg's larger than life sculptures are inspiration for students creating their clay sculptures.
The students will create an art project that has movement based on Roy Lichtenstein's famous paintings.
Comparing and describing two pieces of artwork that have a similar theme yet were created in different time periods will inspire the students paintings.
The third graders will learn about Wayne Thiebaud, a California based pop artist and his whimsical paintings of food and candy.
Carnival masks from Venice, Italy are inspiration for creating our own Venetian masks.
The students will learn about Marc Chagall and look at images of his work. They will then re-create one of his famous stained glass paintings using markers and watercolors.
Frank Lloyd Wright, Alexandre Gustave Eiffel and Sandra Boynton show how artists can affect people's lives.