Think Create Art: Op Art-6th Grade

grade color wheels Think Create Art: Op Grade-Instructions I have some old examples of this would be good for both grades. High School did and op art hand in the beginning of the year but this would be great and a lesson on color schemes too.

Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit. Letter- sub lesson:

Art Lesson: Op Art Using Positive & Negative Shapes

Mrs. Artwork - glimpses of my art education: Op Art - part 2: Beads

Optical Illusion Art Idea I want to try this! I'll put the link to the instructions to this activity, & more op art ideas, in the comments below.

This Op Art lesson includes the presentations, handouts, rubrics and labels to help you with your lesson from start to finish! Your students will learn how the elements of art, LINE and VALUE, are used to create this Op Art design.

Art Lesson: Op Art Using Line & Value

Op art, also known as optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better-known pieces created in black and white.

Students will view examples of "Op Art" (The art of optical illusions). They will discuss the different ways that art can "fool the eye" and "play tricks with your eyes". They will create their own Op Artwork by using markers, rulers, and geometric shapes. They will also learn about color contrast, and will choose colors that are either high or low contrast. (This part is good, but I might do take a chance to teach about complimentary colors instead.)

They will create their own Op Artwork by using markers, rulers, and geometric shapes. They will also learn about color contrast, and will choose colors that are either high or low contrast. (I might do take a chance to teach about complimentary colors)

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1 (That Little Art Teacher)

I love Op Art and I thought it would be the perfect lesson to teach Art how to use colored pencils. We began by discussing Op Art, M. Escher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley. Then we discu

5th grade artists learned about Op Art . They learned about how sometimes it is meant to be an optical illusion and sometimes it is just me...

grade artists learned about Op Art . They learned about how sometimes it is meant to be an optical illusion and sometimes it is just me.

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