Making Artists Charcoal
This free download is a step-by-step guide to making artists charcoal. When you have the free subscription, you can download 3 of my free resources every month.
This download is simply a list of world-famous galleries and museums. How many have you been to? I love checking them off! Going to art galleries is wonderful professional development. When you have the free subscription, you can download 3 of my free resources every month.
Art Teachers – you know what to do with this! Gradate watercolour or coloured pencils. Practise blending pastels, trace them, collage them! You’re only limited by your own imagination! This is a one-page resource. There is a black version and a light grey version included in the download. When you have the free subscription, you […]
This download includes the 4 pages of William Morris designs pictured above. As you can see, two pages show a selection of patterns and two pages show samples of patterns in progress. William Morris was a British artist, designer, craftsman, writer and socialist. When you have the free subscription, you can download 3 of my […]
This is the official, artist-approved, presentation about the work of artist Sarah Graham. Famous for her brightly coloured, hyper-realistic oil paintings, she is the perfect artist to introduce your students to if you are exploring the themes of food, colour, nostalgia, childhood or identity. The 13 slide presentation includes: A script that includes information and […]
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I set up The Arty Teacher because I have a passion for my subject that I want to share with other art teachers around the world.
I have been a high school art teacher for over 20 years, so I understand what it’s like to be in front of a class of students, often with very different abilities and attitudes.
I wanted to develop resources that would help teachers to bring out the best in every student in every class. I also wanted to free-up staff from time-consuming lesson preparation to let them focus instead on delivering exciting, motivating, dynamic lessons, supported by excellent resources.