• Weeks 4 & 5: (April 6-10) (April 20-24) Lessons

      

    UPDATE: Week of April 20th-24th is "CATCH-UP WEEK". Try to have all work completed from Lessons Weeks 1-4. When you email me a picture of your art work at rherzog@wtps.org , make sure you include your First and Last Name, Teacher's Name, and Grade.

     

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    Please remember, include your first and last name, teacher's name, and grade when you email them to me. Thanks!  

        

    Welcome to Mr. Herzog's Fourth Grade Online Lessons:

     

    Creating OP ART:

    Op Art: a form of abstract art that gives the illusion of movement by the precise use of pattern and color, or in which conflicting patterns emerge and overlap. Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely are its most famous artists. 

     

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    Before we start let's watch a couple of videos about drawing simple op art. You do not have to watch all of these videos, you may pick and choose what you would like to check out:

     

     

    Op Art-Pattern on a Sphere:

    https://youtu.be/NZfj81PEn9o

     

    Op Art: Geometric Square Design:

    https://youtu.be/XextssRcSoM

     

    Draw 3D Tunnel:

    https://youtu.be/SFuY4FY9TOE

     

    Op Art-:Worm Tunnel:

    https://youtu.be/B8K4HXdHREA

     

    Op Art Cone:

    https://youtu.be/-EEJSCIoSs8

     

    Op Art Cone2:

    https://youtu.be/9DW4wg2DdwU

     

    Op Art Rippling Rays:

    https://youtu.be/72oV9gOhY84

     


     

     Please read through instructions before you begin:

    • Use a 8 1/2" x 11" white piece of paper (any paper will do).
    • Hold the paper horizontally.
    • Fold the paper in half, if you would like to draw 2 op art designs.
    • You may draw any of the op art designs found on these videos or you may create one of your own, you decide.
    • Carefully follow the directions found in these videos.
    • Draw with a pencil and ruler if you want straight lines.
    • In drawing a grid lay the ruler on the paper and draw vertical using the width of the ruler.
    • Next draw the lines horizontally using the width of the ruler.
    • Draw your op art in the center of the paper. 
    • Draw your op art design large enough so that your hand can not cover it.
    • Once you are done drawing your op art design, color it in completely. 
    • You may use any colors you would like, even black and white.
    • You may color your op art in crayon, magic markers, water color, or color pencils (whatever supplies you have at home).
    • I can't wait to see the cool Op Art designs you create!

    Remember: once you are finished with your artwork take a picture of it and email it to rherzog@wtps.org. Include the students name and teacher's name and grade. I will post it on Bells Online Art Gallery.

     

      Here are a few examples of OP ART that you may choose to draw:

     

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    Here are some drawing examples:

     

     squ2            worm

     

    tubes            tube2    

     

    color sphere                    b spherew


     

     

     squ   Have fun creating your OP ART!