Lately, I’ve seen some truly inspiring art room doors posted by art teachers on social media. I think this creativity needs celebrating, so here are some amazing examples.
It doesn’t just have to be the door, but the area around the door, that can create an amazing arty, welcome to your students. Art teacher Sahar has created the paint tube inspired display below.
Below art teacher Mr Hansen has made a colourful welcome to the entrance of his art room. The door was painted first and then later the wall was decorated with geometric shapes using tape. I love the colour choices. He told me:
“I created this during the school day on my preps and after school one term so kids could see an artist working and get a little behind the scenes of a work shaping up.”
Art Teacher Mr Wafi created the Piet Mondrian-inspired door below. I love the way the bold blocks of colour stand out against the white walls. He tells me that it was all created with collage – simply brightly coloured and black paper. Sometimes the simplest things are the most effective.
“I used painters tape for the lines and then planned the colors around Roy G. Biv. It’s my focus this year!”
Art teacher Sherry Thomas got her (K-5) students to create small artworks inspired by Takashi Murakami to decorate her art room door. What a great idea to make your art room door a collaborative project.
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