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My Favorite Middle School Art Projects » Make a Mark Studios

After a decade of teaching high school art, I’ve recently moved to teaching middle school art. It’s a blast and there is truly NEVER a dull moment. Through some trial and error, I’ve learned that some projects are more engaging than others. Below are some of my favorite middle school art projects that have yielded ... Read more

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Heather Matos’s Instagram photo: “Has anyone done the same project 15 years in a row? 🙋🏻‍♀️ This is my 8th grade project that I believe I first started in 2004. Tweaked it…”

1,185 Likes, 135 Comments - Heather Matos (@artteacherk8) on Instagram: “Has anyone done the same project 15 years in a row? 🙋🏻‍♀️ This is my 8th grade project that I…”

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Aluminum Figures in Action

Starting with an 18" square of aluminum foil we created action figures.  They are a busy group.

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Perspective Names

5th grade students have just finished their name projects focusing on perspective and value.  Students learned about perspective and how to depict something 3-D on a 2-D surface.  Students...

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Emphasis in Art | Zentangle Still Life | Middle School Art Lessons - YouTube

Middle school art lessons, zentangle art, still life art project that teaches how to use emphasis in art!

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Op Art

What is OP ART? It is short for Optical Illusion. Op art, short for optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better known pieces created in black and white. or contrasting colors. Typically, they give the viewer the impression of movement: waving, spinning, swirling, vibrating... Here are 2 Well know OpArt artist.... Bridgett Riley 1931- now 88 years old when posted Victor Vassarley 1906-1997 Victor Vasarely was a Hungarian-French artist, who is widely accepted as a "grandfather" and Project in Art Requirements: -Final must contain at least 3 circles using cross contour line on them to create 3 forms. -A background that gives the illusion of movement (warping, waving, swirling using lines or checkerboard. (background samples below) HOW DO YOU DO THOSE!? Above instructions for box 5,7 and 11 You can use the 4 I show above, then venture on your own and find more you like. Click Here for IDEAS.. or watch here... Make practice fun by filling in squares on a cube with the techniques. (above using complementary colors) (above on colored card stock using tints and shades) Color Design It is very important to use the correct colors in OPart. This light plays a big part on the eyes and how it reflects back onto them. Black and white contrast and are an easy way to make the eyes bounce back and forth. Complementary colors have contrast as well and will do the same. -Emphasize (make stand out visually) the 3 spheres by using -Contrasting (opposite) color choices in background and 3 spheres to compliment each other. GRADE SCALE FULL COLOR 110 points 75% color 100 points (background pattern including white OR Sphere Pattern including white) HALF COLOR 90 points (background pattern including white AND Sphere Pattern including white) Examples of Past Op Art Projects from Mineola Middle School 2004-2014 Practice Ahead of time Helps... I recommend practicing with cross contour shapes and then a variety of backgrounds to use. (Student below practicing ) --------2021 Art One Student----- Justin, Jaylee, and Ozias Karen, Josilen, Peyton C., Stephanie, Caroline and Lovella Jannette and Carie Brielle, Lyndie, Destinee, Danielle, Tania and Addyson 2019-2020 ----6-8th grade Mineola Middle School Art---- 1st period (below) Yuka, Sa’Niya, Victoria, Ambria, Desiree, Kaleece, Jada & Jason 1st period Rylee, Katie, Ruben (left), Kaylynn & Stephanie (right) (below) 2nd period (below) NoName, Chance, Chris, Lucy, Zane & Moses Emmily & Francie (below) Danielle 6th grade (above) Hazel, Anonymous, Bailee & Kaylee Kris, krissie, Jorja, Tania, Maiyah, Chevelle, Makena & Mariana Bryan, Kaily, Athena, Maiyah, David & Nathalie 7th and 8th graders 2009-2012 Alexis and Angela (above) Benji and Brenda (above) Brianna and Colby (above) Corbin and Dalton (above) Drason ad Hugo (above) Lily and Shanna (above) Try This for Fun More Lost Sock OP ART projects Op Art American Flags http://tabithaannthelostsock.blogspot.com/2019/09/op-art-american-flags.html Three Dimensional Color Columns https://tabithaannthelostsock.blogspot.com/2014/03/3-d-color-columns.html Op Art Hand https://tabithaannthelostsock.blogspot.com/2012/10/art-elements-using-hands.html

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1 Point Perspective

Trace squares and rectangles with a pencil. If you don't have a ruler, use something with a straight edge like a book. Continue drawing your lines. Make sure you draw lightly...

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