the walls, erasers, shoes
We also read the book "Where the Wild Things Are," and learned about different kinds of visual texture and practiced making textures on a monster creation of our own. Each monster had to have geometric shaped eyes, organic shaped mouth, and an organic shaped body.
After drawing monsters, textures and details; students outlined with sharpie, then painted with primary colors and even practiced mixing secondary colors with a new medium, watercolor
Students cut their monsters and prepared to make an abstract background. To learn about abstract art, we studied the artist Kandinsky and his use of organic and geometric shapes.
Students cut organic shapes they had previously painted with secondary colors to use as the background for this monster.
Here are a few of the in-progress examples