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Lancaster Art Gallery: Fifth Grade

Elements of Art

The Elements of Art are the ingredients to make art.  

*Line

*Color

*Shape

*Texture

*Value

*Space 

*Form

5th Grade

State Standards, Competency & Learning Targets

Plaster Masks

Plaster Masks!!

Cereal Box Advertising

Fifth Grade - Cereal Box Advertising

 

Comparing and Constrasting-

Creating!

Finished!  New cereal brands and designs.

Georgia O'Keeffe Flowers

Fifth Grade

Georgia O'Keeffe Flowers

Georgia O’Keeffe was one of the first famous female artists in the world.  Her artwork was large and colorful filled with oversized flowers, bones and images of New Mexico where she lived.

Students first learned about O’Keeffe and then had to lay out 1-3 flowers  so large they are going off the paper in O’Keeffe style.  Oil pastels were used to add color.  The color guidelines were that flowers be warm colors to make them stand out and the background cool colors to make it recede.

 

 

 

Gyotaku

Gyotaku means "fish rubbing".  In ancient Japan fishermen would bring paper and ink on their boats and make a print (rubbing) of the fish they caught.  It is still a tradition in Japan, but has also become a beautiful art form around the world.  

5th Grade Fall Lessons

Plaster Masks!