Jasper Johns Watercolor and Coloured Pencil Unit

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This Jasper Johns Watercolor and Coloured Pencil Unit teaches not only about the artist but also colour theory as it uses anaolgous/harmonious and complementary colours.  A stage by stage description, good examples and tips throughout help you and your students get great results.

Resources included:

  • Stage by Stage unit of work which breaks the project down into steps and provides tips, homework ideas and keywords.
  • 3 ‘Good Examples’ which show each stage. (Pictured above)
  • Numbers 0-9 in an authentic Jasper Johns style to trace which are the perfect size to overlap.
  • A page with a rectangle on which is the exact size to trace the numbers into.
  • A fact sheet making you an instant Jasper Johns expert.
  • A list of questions to ask your students about Johns work.
  • A 12 segment colour wheel to help with identifying harmonious and complementary colours. (Two versions – one with the spelling ‘Colour’ and one ‘Color’).

This resource does not include lessons plans but a detailed stage by stage breakdown.

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  • Jasper Johns

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    • Thanks Penni !

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  • Awesome Lessons...a couple questions

    Hi! I love this lesson. I’m just about to do it with my students next week. I had a question. Should the students paint with warm colors only? I’m wondering if they do cool what it would look like when they shade with warm colors. I don’t think it will look near as good as it does with warm paint and cool Prisma. I have only done it myself with warm harmonious paint colors and won’t have time to do a sample in cool harmonious colors so I just thought I’d check? If you have a sample or a student project who used the cool colors to paint, could you send me a pic? Thanks so much!

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    • Hi, I don’t have a sample to send you but I have done it both ways with students. I think it’s good to give them the choice of either warm or cool harmonious paint and then shading with the opposite on top. Both will look good because of the contrast. I think if you do a display of the work when it’s finished that it looks good with a variety. I hope that helps.

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      • Thanks so much for getting back to me. You are right. The cool colors look great too with the warm Prisma on them. I too agree it will look nice to have a wide variety to display. I was able to make a small cool paint sample and was able to add warm shading on some of it and it looks great. Can’t wait for my students to start these. They are going to look amazing. Thanks so much for the awesome lesson!

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  • Jasper John’s watercolor

    This was very helpful and a good lesson. I like all the lessons I have downloaded from this site.
    I would love to have more distance learning lessons since my classes won’t be returning to the school until next year.

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    • Hi Patty, Thanks for your review. I hope you’ve seen all the distance learning resources at the following link. I will keep making new distance learning resource too.
      https://theartyteacher.com/art-home-learning-inspiration-for-art-teachers/

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      • I loved this unit. My Y6 class produced some excellent work with water colour and coloured pencil. Would you please consider doing something similar with letters? I’d like to stay on the topic for a bit longer but extend to acrylic, and Jasper Johns alphabet work would lend itself to this? Thanks!

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