paint an animal painting based on cloisonné and the work of Laurel Burke
This set of art pieces consist of 4 different art projects centered around the common characteristics found in all folk art regardless of the culture where it originated. You may choose one project to compete. Before deciding, please read over the directions for all 4 projects. Some common threads found in multiple cultures include: Colors, Patterns, Nature Inspired, Materials Used, Subject Matter etc.
Please read, watch and/or complete the following information about color mixing before reviewing your project options. We will be painting a lot both on this project and others. This will help you to get the results you need.
Step 1: Pre-Assessment Questions Go to Schoology and take the Color Mixing Pre-Assessment. This questionnaire is meant to show what you know before studying about color mixing. Do not try to study ahead. If you don't know the answer, mark your best guess. You will get an A participation grade for completing the form. I am looking to see what you know before learning. Since your grade is not based on correct answers, please be honest and answer based on your current knowledge.
Step 2: Color Mixing Quick Lab Video Watch the Color Mixing Quick Lab Video by clicking on the link below. This will give you a quick overview of how to mix colors. Once you have watched the video, complete the color mixing challenge to show what you have learned. Get the challenge painting sheet at on the table below the Promethean Board. Once you have completed the challenge, photograph the worksheet and turn it into Schoology. Below is an image of the challenge you will be completing.