- For the background a collage with self torn tissue paper and trasparent paper mixed with precut aluminium paper . Winter colors on black and .
- While the collage dryed they designed there snail on trasparence sheet; using plasticine on the line drawing.
- Then glued the trabsparent slide on the winter background and add a layer of glue on the plasticine.
Dec 20, 2010
Dec 15, 2010
This was a group project, some members cut the metallic paper, everyone designed 2 square self adhesive paper.
With help they formed those cylinders and roped them all together.
Nov 24, 2010
Here is last week art project "holiday candels" inspired by the glass artist Dale Chihuly to celebrate the holiday of light, Chanukka.
Yesterday the members were happy to unwrapped the glass bowl and placed the candle in the bowl.
A group photo as promised.
Nov 21, 2010
The glass artist Dale Chihulyas been an inspiration for many art teachers this year.
View the work of glass artist Dale Chihuly at Litvak Gallery in Israel
At this stage they wapped the glass bowl with 2 layers of paper.
Then placed the glass bowl on top of a plastic cup in a upside down position.
Placed the folded sheet ontop of the bowl and press it to form the shape as you can see on the left photo.
The paper bowls were left to dry;
When dry I plan to post a group photo of the lights.
Nov 10, 2010
Nov 4, 2010
Oct 30, 2010
Oct 12, 2010
Our group went to the beach vacation last week so I decided to use that as a suject.
After showing some of Paul Klee work, some of his line drawing on a very colorful grid background I gave out a precut cardboard fish or palm tree and black pastel to drew the detail texture of subject.
Next they glued cut color tissue paper.
They colored some of the grid with the desert color pastel, and the rest was painted with a water base BLUE paint as the sea.
Object was glued on the grid background.
For Poe tree friday: Águas de Março (The Waters of March) by the late Brazilian composer Tom Jobim.
Remembra in Brazil, in the Southern Demisphere, Marco, March, is the end of summer.
To hear it beautifully sung by the late Elis Regina click on this link:
The Waters of March
Sep 30, 2010
Sep 15, 2010
Sep 12, 2010
Sep 2, 2010
This year I want work on prints, and our first project is this Jewish New Year Greetings.
The first thing they did is create the heart print design; they glued precut cardboard hearts I prepared.
While the hearts dryed they designed the Chamsha (in the middle) with pastals, using a stancil of the eye to start the design.
Then they started printing on transparent paper.
The round print is done on coins to wish aboundance; next to that there are smiley stickers to wishing happiness.
Now I see that printmaking is not easy; it is importent to supervise.
I need to the importance of printing more then one time to acheive a clear print.