Texture in art with antonio gaudi
This lesson will teach students about the importance of texture and harmony in art while learning about famous modernist Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí.
Clay. About 8 oz. air dry clay or salt dough
Corrugated cardboard or carton board, prefered size 8.5 x 11" but doesn't have to be. Cut up old Amazon boxes. Alternate: cereal box/cracker cartons or museum board - but not preferred.
Glue - Elmers Glue All or Mod Podge
Paint - watercolor (preferred) or acrylic
Brushes – one for glue and one for paint
Cup of water for paint
Napkins or paper towels
Items to create texture, rocks, beads, hair brushes, combs, rollers, sticks, leaves, forks, blocks, sieves, shells, etc. Be creative!
(Optional) Mosiac tiles – rounded not sharp glass!, Or glass pebbles (dollar store), beads. https://www.dickblick.com/products/crafters-cut-pre-cut-glass-mosaic-tiles/ Or check out Amazon and Etsy.