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Van Gogh Artist Bundle

Van Gogh is one of the Greatest Art Masters of all time. His art is iconic and recognized by most. He... View Article

Van Gogh Artist Bundle

Vincent Van Gogh was born in Holland in 1853. He was part of a group of painters called Post-Impressionists. Artists during this time painted colors that expressed their emotions rather than portraying a realistic object. Van Gogh painted seriously for about 9 years and painted almost 900 paintings. Sadly he only sold one painting before he died at age 37. Want to teach a unit on Vincent Van Gogh? He is a perfect artist to introduce to children because of his use of color, texture and movement. This bundle includes everything you need to teach any age grade (K-6) about Van Gogh's art, even if you are not an artist. I show you how to teach kids how to draw Van Gogh's most influential pieces of art, how to paint like Van Gogh using supplies you have at home or in the classroom and offer you drawing guides that make the process so much easier. The lessons this bundle use basic supplies: chalk pastels, oil pastels, tempera paint, and acrylic paints. Don't have on of these supplies? I always suggest alternate ways to color or paint a drawing. The lessons in this Bundle are based on some of Van Gogh's most famous works of art: The Starry Night 1889 Irises and Vase with Irises Sunflower Series Wheat Field with Cypresses 1889

Van Gogh Inspired ¾ View Portraits

By the time I was in seventh grade, I abandoned the frontal portrait view in favor of a ¾ view.... View Article


Van Gogh Landscapes

Van Gogh’s “Wheat Fields with Cypresses” is one of my favorite paintings. There is a distinct separation between the foreground,... View Article


Van Gogh Sunflower Art Lesson in Oil Pastel and Tempera Paint

Van Gogh’s famous Sunflower series is one of the most recognizable art subjects in a classroom. My students enjoyed the... View Article


Modern Masters Art Projects

Modern Masters introduces children to the wonderful world of Van Gogh, Cézanne, Chagall and Matisse. Using  famous paintings to understand the artist's styles, children reproduce their own paintings. These lessons are classic examples of how mixing art history with simple techniques can create the most beautiful works of art that every parent will want to frame! This 35-page booklet features four complete lessons and is perfect for grades 3-6.

Features the work of...

Van Gogh and Irises Henri Matisse and Purple Robe with Anemones Marc Chagall and Drawing a Dream Paul Cezanne and his still life paintings NOTE: This is an updated version. If you have already purchase Modern Masters, you can view the new file in your store account.

3 Techniques to Try with Tempera Paint: AME 052

When it comes to painting techniques, most of us think about watercolor paints. There is so much you can do with... View Article



Dr. Seuss Day Art Activities

Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day in Deep Space Sparkle style with this easy-to-draw Cat in the Hat. Start with a pencil,... View Article




Teaching from a Cart – Art Made Easy 017

Do you teach art from a cart? Or travel from school to school with your car packed with art supplies... View Article

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