Saturday, March 20, 2010

MIXED MEDIA SELF PORTRAITS
Tempera, Chalk Pastel, Oil Pastel, Color Pencil and Collage


















41 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love this project - would love to do this with my students - can you share the process? Are they starting with a photo? Using the grid method- the results are great!!! Please share- Lindsey.snyder@yahoo.com

Jennifer Theen said...

I would also love to know the process for this project! Could you please share? jennifer_theen@isdschools.org

Amanda Kitchen said...

I would also like to try this activity with my students.. Can you please send me the process?
amanda_kitchen@hpcdsb.ed.on.ca

Leslie Byrd said...

Me too!! Will you send me the process also? leslie.byrd@adrian.k12.mo.us

Anonymous said...

Me too please. Can you please send the process to meaclem.l@gmail.com

Cathy Saraniero said...

This is such a great activity incorporating many different mediums. Did the students trace their portraits or work directly off the photograph? I teach middle school art in Scottsdale, and I think this could be adapted for them. Thanks SO much for sharing. I especially liked the Library reception...what a GREAT idea! How did you get/afford all those frames for the pictures...just curious! If you wouldn't mind e-mailing me it is csaraniero@susd.org. I could share some of my projects, too. Thanks so much!!!
Cathy

Anonymous said...

me too please, may I also have the instructions?
thank you rforster@trinitydt.org

Jenny said...

This is so great. I am so sorry to also bug you about how you did if it is not too much trouble! My email is hellojennyjohnson@gmail.com. Thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Love this idea. Can you share the process?
katzub@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would also love the process! Looks awesome! bihodgins@scdsb.on.ca

Betsy Sohmer said...

thanks for sharing. i would also love to know the process if possible! love this idea. bjsohmer@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I am also one of the many, asking for the start process at least thank you so very much

Lois Johnson said...

Thank you. Could you email me you procedure: gruecanyon@gmail.com

Lisa Topper said...

Good Morning! Would love to know the process of this project too!

Lisa Topper said...

my email is lturn1618@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

As a middle school art teacher. I'm constantly trying to reinvent the self-portrait process. Please share yours- mcmahonc@friscoisd.org

Elsa said...

Again... I am another one that would love to know the process in which you did this fantastic project.
avandris@gmail.com

rosanne said...

Very interested in the process. I would love to do this with my special needs students.
rtrolan29@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I too would like the process. Thanks!
katemramsey84@gmail.com

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קהילה יוצרת בנייר עם אתי שער בקיבוץ מצובה said...

Thanks for sharing. I also would love to know the process if possible! Like this idea . can u please send me the process to my mail : gatess.etty@gmail.com

Lisa Topper said...

would love to know how you did this project also! ltopper@qrsd.org Thank you!

Learn_With_Me said...

You must be a great teacher! Can you also send me the instructions? I would greatly appreciate it! Learnwithmetoday@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

This is so wonderful!!! May I have the instructions?? Thank you!!! barb@sonictown.org

Anonymous said...

I would love to do this project with my 5th grade class. I would love to know the process if you are willing to share. Thanks! kathryn.kreitzer@spps.org

Anonymous said...

This project is great! I would love to know how you organized the process if you will share! Thanks! :) meg.e.con@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I am entering student art for a local art show. This would be fabulous! Could you please share?
diane.harrison@washk12.org

Rebecca White said...

I'm a primary teacher in the UK. I would love to do this project with my students. Please could you share the process? Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I would love to try this with my students. Will you send me the process also?
charlotte@4874.dk

Anonymous said...

What they all said! This is so fantastic. Would you mind sharing with me? pederson_molly@svvsd.org

Martin Andersson said...

Great work! Will you please share the process? Martin.andersson@halmstad.se or martingandersson.ma@gmail.com

jhoward said...

LOOOOOVE this idea so much.. can you please please please send me the process you used? cant wait to try this :)
jenniferrosehoward@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to try this with my students. Will you send me the process also?
siske_hermans@hotmail.com

Thanx!!!

Anonymous said...

That's great. I really love this project. Would you mind sharing with me? pri_ziegler@hotmail.com
Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Hello! Is it possible for you to share this process with me? I'm very interested in doing with this with a class I teach. Thank you! kaeveleigh@slingshot.co.nz

Kelly Dube said...

Hi! Fantastic idea! Please share your process
Krdube@gmail.com
Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

This is great. Could you send me the process too?
donaldt@hdsb.ca

Anonymous said...

When I did a similar project I took photos of the students and printed them or in black and white on card stock. Have the students color, paint or collage right on top of the copy. This lowers the skill level and the students are pleased with the results. We did a pop art project this way,doing Warhol studies. They loved it. I wish this teacher shared more of their process in their posts!

Anonymous said...

This is a very cool project. I am trying to use a greater variety of mediums with my students. Could you please share your procedure? lonions@regent.bc.ca

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this project, could you also share your process? Did the kids trace their portraits?
rose_killmer@hotmail.com

Miss Brewer said...

Can I please have the lesson plan for this project. It is awesome!
Thanks
vbrewer@pbs.school.nz