This art unit helps your students explore the concept of identity through Abstract Expressionism. The power point provides a guided sequence of instruction, lesson plan, links to resources, rubric, reflection statement questions and project examples.
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Are you looking for a way to sneak in more art history without a major time commitment? Is the start of class a daily struggle? These art history bell ringers may be just what you need. Explore a new art movement and artwork each week. Have these projected so that students get out their technology o
Art Movements Show + Games to Learn Them ~ Art History ~ 79 Slides
I made assemblages collages for these art history movements:
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Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) had an obsession with yellow. Paul Gauguin described his friend’s infatuation in “Essay about free art,” published in 1894: “His yellow-chrome ‘Sun’ burst forth from the canvas, flooding houses and flowers. Oh yes, Vincent had a fondness for yellow; sun bathed his inner