Art with Lockheart

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The ancient Egyptians wrote in beautiful hieroglyphs on papyrus, in tombs, and on temple walls. To teach students about hieroglyphs from Egypt, use this printable phonetic hieroglyphic alphabet. Simply print and hang in your classroom for students
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Teach students about ancient Egyptian mummification with this fun and interactive reenactment activity. Students will role-play while they learn how to “mummify” one of their classmates, who will play the part of the deceased pharaoh. The rest of
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It is important to assure that students understand the vocabulary used in a ceramics or pottery class. The “Ceramic Terms” PowerPoint covers common terminology used in a ceramics class including: clay, ceramics, elasticity, wedging, pinching,
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Art from ancient Egypt has a specific canon, which is easy to draw with clear directions. Many elementary students find ancient Egyptian culture fascinating, and this lesson plan describes how to make fake papyrus and draw in the ancient Egyptian
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Ancient Egyptian culture was very rich and diverse. Like other early civilizations, Egypt’s mythology explained the universe and taught morality. This booklet includes 6 favorite pharaonic myths retold with color illustrations to show many of the
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Pointillism is a subcategory of Postimpressionism, and Pointillist artists created entire compositions by only using dots of pure color. Pointillists were interested in how adjacent colors influenced color, optical mixing, and afterimages. This
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Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings in the world, and it is important for students to be able to identify this masterpiece. A simple way to put this painting in students’ memories is to have them draw it, and an easy
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Vincent van Gogh is one of the most famous artists in the world, which is why it’s important to teach about his life and artwork. His Postimpressionist style of painting is well-known and is fun to recreate This week-long lesson plan introduces
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Many middle school students find ancient Egyptian mummies fascinating, and they often like animal mummies. Students will learn about Egyptian animal mummies in this original text. This brief article includes information about why animal mummies were
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There are many interesting characters found within ancient Greek mythology. This 7-8 class period lesson plan includes everything you need to teach your students how to identify and draw various Greek mythological creatures. This art project will
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When art students understand how to use perspective, they will be able to recreate the world around them with a higher degree of success on paper. To draw using perspective, students only need paper, a pencil, and a ruler or straight edge. This zip
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Georgia O’Keeffe became a famous artist at a time when there weren’t many women artists. She created large scale Modern art in the United States, and she was well-known for her paintings of flowers. Elementary students like to learn about O’Keeffe
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Often times, children are told not to draw on the walls, yet some artists in the past did! The Lascaux Cave is home to very famous prehistoric paintings. This lesson plan describes how to teach young students about prehistoric art and set up a group
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Henri Matisse was a famous French artist who changed the course of Modern art. In the early 20th century he was classified as a Fauvist, which meant he painted with wild avant-garde colors. After high school art students learn about the importance
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Leonardo da Vinci, one of the most famous artists in the world, lived and created art during the Renaissance in Europe. While this Italian painter is well known for his painting, he created many wonderful drawings. Leonardo used sfumato chiaroscuro,
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Ancient Egyptian mummies are very cool, and middle school students enjoy learning about them. They like making them even more! This lecture covers the questions: What is a mummy, who was made into mummies, what are animal mummies, and how were
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Albrecht Dürer is one of the most prolific and influential printmakers in this history of art. He was a German artist who worked with Martin Luther and helped promote the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. This zip download includes a PDF
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Frida Kahlo was a famous 20th century artist from Mexico; she was a strong woman who painted many self-portraits to express herself and represent the world around her. She painted many of her pets in her self-portraits, including monkeys! Frida
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When art students understand how to use perspective, they will be able to recreate the world around them with a higher degree of success on paper. One point perspective is extremely useful for drawing interior scenes. To draw using perspective,
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It is important for elementary students to start thinking about perspective while they’re young because it will influence the way the draw for the rest of their lives. This lesson is focused on Norman Rockwell’s 1943 famous painting Freedom from
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have experience teaching elementary, middle, high school, and college art classes. I developed curricula for all of my classes from scratch, which includes a balance of art making, art history, aesthetics, and art criticism. I enjoy incorporating art history and cultural diversity in my lesson plans, and my students appreciate the variety of topics and projects they experience. Furthermore, I seek out opportunities for my students to display their art in public.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As an art educator, I try to effectively share the knowledge I have acquired with my students. I have studied for many years with dedication because I enjoy art. I do my best to create a safe environment where all of my students can succeed at some level. Not only do I teach art-making, but I also share the importance of art criticism and aesthetics. Furthermore, I like to place an emphasis on art history so my students have greater understanding and appreciation for the visual and tactile world in which they live.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2018 Juror’s Choice, A Ripple Effect, Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, SD
2016 SPLASH Artist, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA
2016 Graduate Academic & Creative Research Grant, University of South Dakota, Vermilion, SD
2015 People’s Choice Award, 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition, MacRostie Art Center, Grand Rapids, MN
2015 First Place 2D, 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition, MacRostie Art Center, Grand Rapids, MN
2015 President’s Celebration of University Leadership Award, Vermillion, SD
2015 Best of Show, 28th Annual Stilwell Exhibition, Vermillion, SD

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2016 MFA, Painting, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
2007 BS magna cum laude, Art (Emphasis: Art Education and Visual Arts), South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
2007 BS magna cum laude, Liberal Studies, (Minor in Religion), South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD

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