This lesson introduces students to the American artist Winslow Homer and how he was able to create the illusion of depth in some of his famous seascapes.
Students demonstrate their understanding of how to create the illusion of depth by creating a mixed-media (watercolor, tempera, collage, origami) seascape that carefully considers object size and placement.
This package includes teacher procedures, a simplified step-by-step guide, a powerpoint, and a video which shows how to do the entire project!
• 9”x12” 80lb White Drawing Paper
• 6”x12” Watercolor Paper
• Blue and Green Liquid (preferred) Watercolors
• Blue and White Tempera Paints
• Scrapbooking Paper (6”x6”, 4”x4”, 2”x2” each)
• Liquid Glue
• Glue Stick
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