Students worked on two different projects that both used ordinary objects as inspiration.
First students worked on the abstract contour line drawings in glue shown below. They used warm or cool watercolor paint to create an abstract wash over the glue and then outlined the changes in value with sharpie.
Students then used Jim Dine as inspiration to create the tool drawings featured on the left. We used our erasers as a drawing tool as well as chalk pastels to activate the negative spaces around the object. You can see both projects on our class gallery.