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03.10.2017

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Kevin Jelley
Land: Schweiz
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Feather Wings Mural The past few months my students have been making feathers for group mural. This idea was inspired by my friend and celebrity in the art community, Cassie Stephens! Head on over to her blog and check out her magical art teachern treasures at Cassie Stephen Blog!! Her original inspo was international street artist, Kelsey Montague. Her inspiring murals challenge people to ask the question What Lifts you What makes your heart Soar? My students are going to be writing about their passions and inspirations that lifts them! want each student that comes to my art class to feel as though they are walking out with wings on their back, so they can bravely rise up to their dreams with courage and passion! want them to feel confident in themselves and know that the sky is the limit! First, students painted on watercolor paper with tempera paint using value gradient of tints and shades using one color plus black on the left and white on the right. They had to blend the colors so thet the different shades did not look like stripes One group did primary and secondary colors red, orange, yellow, green blue, and violet. The next group would paint intermediate colors, redorange, yelloworange, yellowgreen, bluegreen, blue violet, and redviolet Fourth and fifth graders used 9 by 24 paper and 3rd graders used smaller paper the next class, students then traced different shapes of feathers using white prisma color pencils and cut them out then they decorated them with unique lines and designs with white prisma color pencils My wonderful and extremely talented student teacher, Naz Kaya Erdal and layed them out on three large sheets of black butcher paper until the feathers looked symmetrical. Once we finished the shape, we taped each feather down to the paper with painter tape Then hung that bad boy with TONS and tons and TONS of staples!! The next morning the kids were SO excited to find their feathers turned into GIANT wings!!! hope the parents who come to visit will snap pic in front of the wings and post to #ArtisFly and #riseupandsoar hashtags for social media!