Second Grade Art Work

the human face

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 Geometric Faces

Only straight-sided geometric shapes are allowed for these faces.





 Wax-Resist Crayon and Watercolor Faces

This lesson begins with a lesson on portraits using examples from Pablo Picasso and Paul Klee. Students draw either a portrait or a self-portrait with black or white crayon, then paint sections of watercolor over their drawings.








Double Self-Portraits

This is the same basic lesson as the wax-resist watercolor face, with the addition of a second, companion portrait drawn with crayon.





















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