Big Dyed Paper Art - Lesson Plan Volume 98
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The use of color goes back to the most ancient of people. Natural materials were experimented with to add color to cave walls, animal hides, shells, and feathers for a wide variety of uses. Pigments of black, white, yellow, and red were made out of ochre and have been dated as far back as 15,000 BC. As man progressed and the environment around them, so did the development of color. This is an alternative way to use fabric dye to add intense color to paper and create a variety of artistic impression and art.
- Incorporate color theory into a designing a sheet of paper.
- Learn to alter the surface of paper in a non-conventional manner.
- Use the elements and principles to create a visual interesting work of art.