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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Vases

This is a fantastic lesson I've incorporated into my "Art of China" unit. 
I pinned this lesson months and months ago and finally got around to it this year 
with my Grade 9/10 class.
It's found HERE on one of my all time favorite art blogs: http://arteascuola.com/
She gives all the instructions on her blog.
The only thing we did differently was use white acrylic paint instead of gesso. We also used simple bamboo sticks/skewers for the scratching part. My kids loved this lesson- a couple even saying it was their favorite all year :)


Tatjana Knudsen said...

Very nice work :) Greetings from a Danish art teacher: http://tatjanaknudsen.blogspot.dk

Miss said...

Thanks Tatjana :)

Lena said...

Thanks for the article, it looks like a nice idea!

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