Why Work in Large-Scale?
The Benefits of Working in Large Scale 4:18
Utilizing the Grid Method 2:27
Scale and Proportion
How to Teach Scale 2:45
How to Teach Proportion 2:27
The Best Materials and Surfaces
The Best Drawing and Painting Surfaces 4:23
Other Materials and Tools 3:24
Planning for Compositions
Best Options for Composition Types 3:29
Subject Matter Ideas 2:48
Grid Method Overview 11:51
Working More Gesturally 5:11
Best Techniques for Large-Scale Work
Best Drawing Techniques 8:18
Best Painting Techniques 6:38
Painting Techniques that Don't Require a Brush 7:29
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Learn how to blend traditional materials and surface options with innovative supplies.
2 Discover tips and tricks for planning, sketching, and painting large-scale work.
3 Explore how working with large-scale can help push students' creativity and risk-taking.
Creating in large scale is a liberating activity for students, especially when they’ve had few experiences in making oversized artwork. In this Learning Pack, you will discover what common and unexpected materials and surfaces can easily be in utilized to create on a large-scale. You will also learn how to blend these innovative materials with more traditional options. Discover simple tips and tricks to share with students as they create independently or within collaborative projects. Inspire student learning with large-scale artwork!
Connected National Visual Arts Standards:
Anchor Standard #1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Anchor Standard #2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Anchor Standard #3: Refine and complete artistic work.
AOE Graduate Instructor and PRO Facilitator
Haley is an Abstract Expressionist painter who received her MFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She is a former elementary art teacher and current graduate instructor at the Art of Education who loves sharing her passion through teaching art!