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The Art Process play, plan, make, reflect, and share. Inspired by TAB. I use hit sin my classroom to help student's identify where they are in the process

"The Drawing Lesson" by Jan Steen. Abt. 1665-66, oil on panel. As the best-known visual comedian during the Dutch Golden Age, Steen deliberately composed his genre scenes as complex allegories, painstakingly portraying countless details. In this painting, however, Steen replaces chaos with order, and vice with virtue in the form of learning. From the Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Collection, generously on loan (2015) to The Birmingham (AL) Museum of Art for their "Small Treasures"…

Swiss artist Jean Tinguely created whimsical machine-like contraptions of found metal parts, known as “metamechanics”. In this lesson plan, students create a kinetic sculpture with repurposed metal hardware, found objects, and wire placed so that they deliberately move against one another. Much like Tinguely’s machines, some of the noises may be pleasant — others may not— but each will have a very unique metallic, mechanical “voice.”

Painting on Canvas (for Kids)

Painting on Canvas for Kids :: It often makes them paint more deliberately. Plus the canvases look great on the wall!