PNC tiny THURSDAYS ...at home!

3-D Found Object Collage

Young artists learn that different types of art can be made from nature, movement, textures, colors and shapes, and then they make an upcycled artwork with found or recyclable objects!
An example of the 3-D Found Object Collage that will be created in this lesson.
This week's featured artwork is Sandy Skoglund's Shimmering Madness, created in 1998

Featured Artwork: Sandy Skoglund (American, born 1946), Shimmering Madness, 1998, jellybeans, wood, plastic, metal, motors. Museum purchase, 2001.34

Story: I am an Artist, written and illustrated by Marta Altés (MacMillan Children’s Books; 2013)

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Materials Needed:
1) clear egg carton or container with sections
2) clear packing tape
3) scissors
4) magazines
5) optional: beads, toys, etc. found objects in solid colors

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