• Art at Home with Ms. Hendershott!

    Be Creative

    Hello NPE Artists!
     
    I hope you are well and staying creative! I miss seeing each one of you in person and can't wait until we are able to start back up again in the art room! But until then, I will be putting art lessons on these web pages.
     
    We will focus on a different theme each week in the NPE virtual art room. Each week you can pick 1 lesson or more to work on out of the 3 available options. As always, you can expand on a lesson idea and use your imagination. These lessons are created in a way that you can work on the same lesson as a sibling and are encouraged to share your art making process with family. 
     
    Sharing your artwork: 
     
    I'd love to see what you are creating! Please feel free to email me your creations at anytime. In the email, let me know if it is okay to share your art virtually with the larger NPE/WSSD art community via my teacher page, or the WSSD facebook page. 
      
    I'm so glad to be able to connect with you all again and looking forward to see your creations. Please email me if you have any questions. 
     
    Be Creative!
     
    Ms. H.  
     

    NPE Art Distance Learning Plans
     
    Display case outside the art room Art display case outside the art room
     
    Assignments:
    4/13/2020 - 4/17/2020
     
    Picture Recreation Challenge!, This is like the Getty Challenge on Twitter, where you find a favorate painting and recreate it with things laying around your home.
     
     
     
    4/6/2020 - 4/10/2020
    Symmetry
    Pick 1 or more of the following options to explore for art this week. You can still do the lessons for previous week that are listed below.
    (click the underlined links to access lessons)
     
    • Symmetrical Robots, This lesson uses primarily geometric shapes that can be drawn by hand. For all students.

     

     

     


     
    3/30/2020 - 4/3/2020
    Color
    Pick 1 or more of the following options to explore for art this week
    (click the underlined links to access lessons)
     

    The Color Wheel

    Create your own color wheel! This lesson reviews primary and secondary colors on the color wheel.

          (No drawing materials needed: This lesson has an option to use
                        household items to create 
    your art.)
     
     

    Explore using warm and cool colors to change how someone feels when they look at your artwork. 

     

    Complementary Colors

     

    Discover complementary colors through color mixing! 
               (This activity is best suited for older elementary students,
                     or younger students with supervision.)