fbpx

Surrealism Art Project – Surrealist Eye

I WANT TO PAY IN

Add to Wish List
Add to Wishlist

Description

Surrealism Art Project

This comprehensive Surrealism art project asks students to research Salvador Dali and René Magritte and then create and draw a Surrealist eye.  This download includes:

  • The 14 page PowerPoint pictured above.
  • A three page written unit of work that includes the stages students go through, homework ideas, questions to ask after the video and extension activity.
  • An assessment rubric.

The PowerPoint includes links to an online video by the Dali Museum and a link to an optional ‘Drawing an Eye’ video on Youtube.

Materials required: Sketching pencils and paper.

*The Arty Teacher Ltd has a partnership with Dryad Education.  Should you purchase a product when you follow a link, The Arty Teacher Ltd would earn a commission.

Add to Wish List

The Arty Teacher

Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

More Posts

Reviews

  • Surrealism Art Project – Surrealist Eye

    I was looking for a creative way to end the year. I found it. Very imformative and well thought out with information, examples, rubric, etc. This will certainly make my job a little easier. Well worth the purchase. Thank you!

    Thank you for your feedback.

    • That lovely review has made my day. I’m glad you’ve found it useful. Sarah

      1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

      Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

      Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • Surreal Eye

    I am SO happy with this purchase! I was feeling stressed with all of my various art classes this year so bought the Surrealist Eye lesson and it took all of my stress away. It is a thorough lesson plan and very adaptable to different levels. My upper-level artists are loving this project. When they did research pages for Dali and Matisse, they were so involved that I’m thinking of doing more artist sketchbook pages in that style. They also came up with some awesome ideas on the brainstorm page and enjoyed sharing them with the class. Normally, I think I would have to have done a lot of changes to adapt a lesson to my teaching style, but this was really a perfect package.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

    Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

    • Irene, Thank you so much for this detailed review. I’m so pleased to read that your students are engaged with it. My students loved it too!

      1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

      Help other customers find the most helpful reviews

      Did you find this review helpful? Yes No

  • You must log in and be a buyer of this download to submit a review.

    more resources you might like...

    Subscribe & save in any currency!
    I WANT TO PAY IN

    Basic Member
    Free

    Register and you can download 3 of the Free Resources Every Month!

    3 Free Resources

    Premium Member
    $9.99 Per month $99 Per year

    Monthly
    Yearly

    Save money and download 10 resources of your choice every month. Save even more with a yearly subscription.

    Save over 66%

    School Subscription
    $188 Per year $282 Per year $376 Per year $460 Per year $552 Per year $644 Per year $713 Per year $802 Per year $891 Per year

    2
    Users

    Register and you can add 2 teachers to your account so they can download 10 resources each month

    save over 5% save over 5% save over 5% save over 7% save over 7% save over 7% save over 10% save over 10% save over 10%

    Sarah Crowther – The Arty Teacher

    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.

    Follow Me