Mrs Artrageous

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Graffiti is a huge movement in art and is extremely controversial. Students are passionate about the topic and it makes for lively class discussion. This lesson can be used for upper middle school through high school students. This lesson includes
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Included are 9 half sheet handouts that describe (photos and text) the following architectural styles: Gothic, Art Deco, Classical, Baroque, Modern, Ancient Egyptian, Ancient Chinese, Victorian, and Mission Revival These come in handy in a variety
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Students will have a lot of fun creating a Facebook page for any artist. It's one of my own students' favorite assignments! It can be used for upper middle school through high school-aged kids. This series of handouts include: * A culturally
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Drawing faces is intimidating for students! Many are unaware how simple it can be when they learn basic proportions. This packet is ideal for students to practice facial features and proportions. The lesson begins with a pre-assessment where
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The dreaded perspective lesson! These worksheets are a great help for 1-Point Perspective. My students really enjoy perspective, as it's a calculable. Using proper perspective results in good looking work. Included in this zip file are the
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My students love playing "Exquisite Corpse"! It is a great way to assess their drawing/creative skills while having a lot of fun. Additionally, it's a low pressure sub lesson. “Exquisite Corpse" is a game invented by Surrealist artists in the early
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Students love writing with hieroglyphics! This lesson is a great sub lesson or mini lesson applicable to an art class or a social studies/history extension. Included in the zip file: -PowerPoint about hieroglyphics and cartouches (8 slides) -PDF
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Worksheet where students will compare and contrast 2 diverse types of sculpture (abstract and mimetic). Feature Alberto Giacometti and Mahonri Young. It's a good sounding board for discussion about art aesthetics (Is it art? What makes it art?) and
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I use these prompts in my advanced studio class (similar to AP, where students choose the direction of their learning). The handouts are great because they get students to really think about the meaning behind their art. Because of the open-ended
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Printmaking started out as a means for mass publication, but has evolved into an art. Famous artists, such as Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh, include printmaking in their reportoire. This lesson introduces students to the art of relief
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My students love using my art critique sandwich worksheet (it's actually a hamburger)!. I created my own because I didn't like any of the ones I found online. The purpose of this worksheet is to allow for a positive, yet constructive critique
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Fun mini lesson that can be taught in conjunction with Chinese or Asian history. Also, it's great for subs. This project is especially fun in the spring when trees start blooming...these will brighten up any classroom!
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This lesson introduces students to non-objective art as well as three of the principles of art, as viewed through the work of Wassily Kandinsky. The production part of the lesson involves creating collagraphs, an inexpensive form of
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Handout with examples for a project where students create chess pieces with clay. While meant for use in a Ceramics class, this can be adapted for use with polymer clay (oven-bake) and others, such as paper clay. It's so much fun to see what
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My students love this lesson! We learn about traditional paper marbling and try our hand at a simplified version that uses shaving cream. Then we discuss silhouettes and learn about artists who create them. Included in this resource: *Detailed
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Surrealism is a huge movement in art history. Unfortunately, it's difficult to find an elementary-aged approach to it. This lesson does just that. It introduces young students to dreamscapes and self reflection. They will learn about different
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My high school students LOVE pop art. It's more readily accessible to them than some types of art. Note: This is part of the Pop Art Unit Bundle This 31-slide PowerPoint introduces students to Pop Art, including its inspiration and characteristics
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My Painting 1 students LOVED this project that we just finished. In the PowerPoint, we viewed zoomed-in images of different animal eyes, trying to guess what they belonged to. When the identity of each animal was revealed, my students were excited
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Planning on doing henna in your classroom? It's my students' favorite project every semester! Start out with the PowerPoint and accompanying worksheet. Then, look at some design ideas on the provided handout (and do an online images search if
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This lesson features the introduction of one-point perspective in way that is interesting to students. Perspective is an integral part of the art curriculum. It aids students in their ability to draft an accurate portrayal of reality. The technical
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Art Educator at an alternative high school for the school district, teaching Stained Glass, 3D Design, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Advanced Studio, and Art Foundations. Taught after school Art clubs at junior high and elementary level for several years. Working artist, including being the founder of artisan glass company, including warm and cool glass creations. Additionally, watercolor and oil painting.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Educated guide, discovery-based learning, artist as teacher an researcher

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Visual Arts Talent Award, Brigham Young University. Dean's List. Honor Society of Phi Eta Sigma.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA Art Education from Brigham Young University, Currently completing Graduate degree at the same University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I grew up in Minnesota and Arizona, finally ending up in Utah, where I've lived since 2005. I love to travel! I've been to 5 countries and hope to see many more.

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