Saturday, August 20, 2016

Nicholas Krushenick Professional Development Day Project...

Nicholas Krushenick
Foam art work example


This project is based on the work of  Phyl from the art teacher blog
Awesome project Phyl thank you for sharing!

The awesome new elementary teachers working on their Krushenick form project at 
Connect in Prince William County. I was so happy to be invited to be part of this great program. 
I can not say enough about how awesome my county is and how wonderful the arts program is. 
So I get to watch 7 new elementary art teachers shine this year. I will be like a proud mama mentor!

This stuff cuts like butter and can be held together with stick glue, that's right I said stick glue.

Nicholas Krushenick (May 31, 1929 – February 5, 1999) was one of the forerunners of the pop artmovement. Krushenick began showing his work publicly in New York in 1957, at the age of 28. By 1962, his work was shown at upscale galleries and, by the year 2000, was part of major permanent collections throughout New York and the United States. (Wikipedia)

Suggested Artists and Movements for lesson plans--Matisse, Stella, organic/geometric, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Warhol, graphic art, Hans Hofmann, Lorser Feitelson, Op Art, Percisionism Art, Karl Benjamin, Modern Art, Robert Delaunay, printmaking…

Link to Dick Blicks Foam sheet page...HERE 

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