Learn about color schemes such as, analogous, complementary, split-complementary, warm/cool and triads by creating abstract art from microscopic cells. Students use the reference of a microscopic cell labelled on the left and then re-create the shapes they see to create an abstract composition. Once drawn in pencil, they outline the composition in black sharpie and fill with their chosen color scheme, which they color in the boxes to the left. The final sheet asks students to find their own reference of a microscopic cell and create a composition from that.
This pack includes: (10 Sheets total)
Color Scheme Overview with color wheel examples and definitions
Example sheet with color scheme choice, cell and abstract composition
A sheet with two examples of artwork where student identifies the color scheme used and then colors in the boxes according to that color scheme.
(6) Worksheets with a different microscopic cell on each, color scheme boxes and space for composition.
Final art prompt for students to find their own microscopic cell from which they create a piece of art.
See my other Elements worksheets here:
Elements Worksheet Bundle
Elements Worksheet Bundle and Elements Poster Set
Decorative Line Animals Lesson
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