7th graders have worked with complementary colors to make creative paper designs. We learned about positive and negative space and made the color flipped on the opposite half.
We have been looking at color and how it affects our mood. We discussed how certain colors make us feel different emotions.
Students have worked with paint to create new colors.
We will start learning about how we can use color in creative ways to make different artwork. Here is a great link on color.
7th graders finished their portraits inspired by Roy Lichtenstein this week. They also finished their jars inspired by a popular or everyday thing. Check out what is popular or everyday for these 7th graders!
7th graders have been thinking about what is popular to them now and how pop culture affects them. We have looked at the style of art called pop art. Pop art uses popular or everyday things as subject matter.
Students created a portrait of themselves inspired by Roy Lichtenstein and his comic style paintings. He uses bold lines, speech or thought bubbles, primary colors and dots in many of his pop art paintings.
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