Visual Arts in the Spring
This has been a rough Winter for most of the country and most are looking forward to warmer weather. (Australians and Kiwis are having their Fall now) In schools, general education teachers have arts and crafts activities with their students this time of year for various holidays.
Many teachers with no formal art training limit their activities to "color in the lines" coloring handouts of eggs, Easter egg hunts, and in religious schools, coloring pages of the crucifiction. They don't have the head knowledge to stretch students' creativity like art teachers do. This is your time to step up and take the reins and show them how its done!
Below is a list of Easter resources on IAD:
IAD's Easter Page
Pysanky Ukrainian Eggs
Faberge Eggs: Ceramic Pinch Pots
Neopoprealism Easter Eggs
He is Risen- The First Easter 1893-96
Vintage Easter Card by F. Kuderna
Easter by Edward Atkinson Hornel
Easter by Marc Chagall
Since 1994 we have been thrilled to have you visit our site. This year marks the 20th birthday of the Incredible Art Department. This website would not exist without our visitors from around the world. In March we will celebrate the birthday of the site with special images. You can see what this page looked like in 1995 around this time. It was an ugly design, but back then you couldn't create tables and not until 1995 could you center any images on the page. As you can see, much has changed through the years. We hope that wherever you are, you are able to find relaxation through the month of December.
Welcome to the New IAD!
We hope you like the new design that was implemented at the beginning of 2013. The menu has been changed to make it more user friendly. The newest section of the site is our new gallery section with over 10,000 paintings and drawings displayed. You can even buy a painting if you wish. Paintings not in the public domain are not included. There are other sections that may interest you:
The Art Teacher Toolbox is a resource for homeschoolers and new teachers. You can read about art curriculum and instruction, discipline strategies, special education, NCLB, best practices, school law, view contests, and create rubrics.
There are literally thousands of art-related links in the Art Stuff section. See artists from around the world, visit international galleries, see student art work, blogs, art videos, and much more!
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