Cats Image Bank Today, 8th August, is International Cat Day and to celebrate this feline phenomenon, I am making this 27-slide PowerPoint of images free for today only. Get it will you can! Meow.
These peeling paint art resources are an irresistible starting point for a project and a great way to explore texture. This download includes: A 24 page PowerPoint of images (pictured above). 3 PDF resource sheets There are many more image banks on The Arty Teacher.
Ballet Shoes Image Bank. Stunning, high-definition images of ballet shoes for drawing and painting. 19 slides showing mainly new and some old ballet shoes. There are more ballet shoes art resources and image banks on The Arty Teacher created with drawing and painting in mind.
This 29 slide presentation of Petri dish images for art projects, is full of beautiful Petri dish images that are beautiful to draw or paint. Ideal for your STEAM art projects or you may want this to work alongside the Klari Reis presentation that is free to download from this website.
These shells with barnacles are just stunning and make an amazing drawing, painting or textiles resource. The images are in a PowerPoint and come with two amazing examples to inspire your students. This download includes: A 27 slide PowerPoint, pictured above with beautiful shells encrusted with barnacles. Two PDF documents showing superb examples of drawings. […]
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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.
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