3 MINUTES OF VIDEO
This course will lead you step-by-step through a beautiful still life painting project with young students. You will not need previous art education experience to teach this lesson to your students. I will guide you through materials, techniques, and best practices so you can feel confident providing a multi-session rich lesson full of art concepts and art connections.
Welcome from Tricia
Prepare students for painting
View still life examples
Deep Space Fugleflick
Depth with an apple still life
A concrete tool for overlapping
Prepare the paper for the painting
Trace the foreground apple
Trace the middle ground apple
Trace the background apple
Trace the fourth apple
Draw the edge of the table
Trace and Erase
Let's paint this masterpiece!
Paint the "Wallpaper"
Paint the "Tablecloth"
Paint the Apples (after wallpaper and tablecloth are dry)
Learning about line, shape, and color pattern
First Shape Pattern
First Line Pattern
Second Shape Pattern
Second Line Pattern
Carefully Paint Stems and Touch Ups
Black Marker! Our Art Room Superhero
Trace the Apples, Stems, and Table Edge
Label and Trim the Painting
Glue and Mount
Upload and Download
Course Rating (for impact) and Feedback Form
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT, K-5 art teacher in Illinois (USA), has a master’s in K-12 technology integration and has successfully blended digital and physical art making with her transdigital lessons. Her goal is to expand the curriculum, give students an opportunity to explore new media, and find transformative ways for students to demonstrate learning dynamically. Tricia’s classroom is featured in educational publications and higher education textbooks. Her students’ Fugleflicks, student-created, art-related videos have screened at international film festivals and won awards in national contests. Tricia has been recognized for her innovative teaching in 2010 with the PBS Teachers Innovation Award, won Illinois Art Teacher of the Year in 2011, awarded Teacher of Distinction in 2012 by the Golden Apple Foundation, received Western Region Elementary Art Teacher of the Year 2013, selected as a Jacobs Educator 2014-15, was presented with the NAEA Art Technology Outstanding Community Service Award in 2016. Her classroom was honored with a Tech in Action award by the ISTE teachers network in 2018 and her students’ online art gallery through Artsonia was recognized nationally in 2019.
Make beautiful art with your students
Engage students with media-rich instruction
Learn best practices for craftsmanship with little artists
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