4th Grade Gyotaku Prints
The fourth graders recently had a fossil unit in their science class. The teachers asked me to do a project that would tie in so I figured we would try Gyotaku printing! They kids loved using the rubber fish to make their own unique prints. If you want to learn more about this ancient art form, I have included a video below.
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To the right are some awesome prints my 6th graders made using simple gum erasers. We learned about the Islamic tradition of radial prints in art and tried to create our own unique twist. The students loved making the stamps and it was a lot of fun!
The 7th graders have been working really hard on our grid drawing unit. They are moving along quickly and I am really proud of the progress they have made!
The photo kids learned how to work in layers and blending modes on Photoshop. They carefully combined a series of images together to create a "selfie collage".