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This packet has 14 printable, open-ended worksheets. Your students will learn about artists who painted circles in their art, different cultures who use circles and the nature of circles in art and math.
1. Robert Delauney - Orphism
2. Kandinsky - Abstract Expressionism
3. Paul Klee - Self-Portrait
4. Peter Max - Pop Art
5. Vasarely - Op Art
Art & Math
6. The Parts of a Circle
7. Radial Design
8. Radial Name Design
9. Circle Patterns
10. Chinese Zodiac Mandala
12. Native American Dream Catchers
13. Circle Art Tree - Class Project
14. Draw Your Planet - Imagination
I taught Art to K-5 ELL students for several years. I liked to use open-ended worksheets so my students could be a success in art and English. Often without a budget, worksheets can solved many problems for 900 students at my Title One school.
Some images may be copyrighted. They are used in accordance with Fair Use in Education. These images will expand the art students' experience and knowledge of famous artists' artwork and promote art appreciation.
Open Ended, is usually a student directed process, where they can draw their feelings, emotions, reactions to the art work in the blanks provided. They can choose to copy the designs, outlines the shapes/forms, or even just draw one aspect. Open ended is not assessed and there is no right or wrong. Just encourage active participation in some form. Please download my free "Art is...Open-Ended" information sheet.
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