Monday students will learn about non-objective art and color. Students will create a small color wheel to glue inside their folders.
Tuesday students will draw large swirls and spiral designs onto a 12 x 18" piece of paper. They will cover the entire surface of the paper, with some designs going off the page.
Wednesday students will paint the sections of their swirls and spirals using analogous colors.
Thursday we will finish painting our designs.
Friday students will add the element of line and the principle of pattern to their artwork with sharpies.
Monday through Wednesday students will begin to add the elements of value and color to their Operation Proud Nation art work.
Thursday students will participate in a progress critique to give their peers constructive criticism to enhance or improve their work.
Friday students will finish their art work and fill out the entry form to be submitted for the Operation Proud Nation mural in the Pentagon.
Tuesday students will begin a project called, "Operation Proud Nation". Students will think about ways to symbolize the military, freedom and gratitude.
Wednesday students will think of ways to put their symbols together to create a composition that shows gratitude to the United States military. They will work on rough sketches.
Thursday students will continue their rough sketches.
Friday we will have a presentation in the auditorium to remembering 911.
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