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3 Challenges of The Creative Process

Art?? Why Art in School

Art Graduation and Achievement Projects

Art Skills Map forTeachers

Art Skills, Skills for Art Proficiency

3 Challenges of The Creative Process

7, 8
Art Class Assignments

Art Links to some Great Art on Net

 Artsmart Know things

Artwork by Students

Art Ideas -Concepts to Aid Creativity

  Basics of Composition Organization in Art

Beginning A Picture, Checklist

Class 7, design, " breakup"

Clay Projects EZ
Additional Clay Designs slab and coil

Cropping, finding a Picture Inside a Picture

Little Things Make Interesting Pictures 

 Discovery &  Invention things which enhance creativity

Drawing Assignments, 

Fantasy & Imagination, Exercises 

General Info for New Students

How to Transform 2d to 3d

How to look at Art 

Developing Ideas for Art
Ideas that follow Themes
Idea Development in Art

Index of Design Lessons

Judging  Good Art?

Learning to Look at Art, Part one
Learning to Look at Art, Part Two

 Painting and Color  Assignments

Picture Analysis

Pinkmeister's   Page

Pinkmeister's Art Links

Students at Work or - -

Themes Styles




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for Middle Level Art Creation
Middle Level Art Analysis 
Middle Level, Grade 8, Art Analysis
analyze and interpret art work
Middle level, Grade 8, Art Creation
color realism, blowup
Middle Level, Grade 8, Art Creation
Student Examples Personal Symbols, Abstraction
High School Arts Creation / Imbedded in a Semester
Art Program

High-level achievement projects for middle school allow students to apply knowledge and skills in a well-thought-out and challenging assignment that follows a step by step procedure. When completed each product will have engaged higher levels of performances-creation or written analysis. Visual art terms and design elements are part of the knowledge that is applied to both written and created projects.

In completing the work each person must consider the question of subject matter or theme, style and also the expressive quality of an art form. Finally, organization of the elements requires some thoughtful considerations of the matter of placement and organization of parts.

The hope of every teacher is that the students in our classes will  take  personal responsibility for completing each  task and  assignment at as high a level of competency as possible while working independently.


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