The beauty of Banksy's work is that is created with stencils. My class created these by enlarging Banksy's art on the Interactive Whiteboard and drawing around the black areas and white areas to create a stencil. We then blue tacked the stencils to the wall and spray painted over them. These were created over 10 years ago and they are still there!
We collected different textures by using wax crayons and then cut them up to make these collages. The signature pop art spots is actually a rubbing taken from counters on the table!
Fix two sticks together with pipe cleaners... Wind your wool around the sticks to make these beautiful poppies!
Design a monochrome layout in publisher and print onto acetate. Layer the back of your design with tissue and cellophane. Pop the whole thing through the laminator!
Love this art activity so much! Diva pots made in coils using polymer clay, or thumb pots dipped in glitter made from standard air dry clay. The lanterns were made using our Cricut... beautiful!
Art is all about creativity; the creation of new ideas. Here are 4 piece of art produced by people between the ages of 5 and 38 inspired by the work of Paul Klee. This is what art should look like in the classroom: individual responses to a source of inspiration.