Wayne Thiebaud Art History Workbook- Biography & Art Activity Unit Middle School

Wayne Thiebaud Art History Workbook- Biography & Art Activity Unit Middle School

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This art history workbook teaches students about the artist Wayne Thiebaud using the Discipline-Based Art Education model. Students learn about Thiebaud and impasto painting through reading and watching a biography of the artist, an art analysis, coloring sheets, and reflecting on the way he used an impasto style of painting to create realistic confections.

The final project has students create a dessert painting using impasto technique with acrylic paint. A Project planning guide, practice sheet are included. Once complete the students fill out a reflection sheet on their final artwork.

Worksheets can be used as sub lessons, as enrichment to your art lessons, or as min-lessons on their own. An essential for any art classroom.

What's inside: (See Preview File)

  • Artist biography information sheet with examples
  • Instruction sheet
  • More resources sheet with links to videos
  • (4) Coloring Sheets with color schemes
  • (1) How to Draw then color sheet
  • Compare/Contrast Claus Oldenburg & Wayne Thiebaud Art
  • Compare/Contrast two Thiebaud paintings
  • How to Draw a piece of pie sheet
  • (2) Project Planning Sheets
  • Impasto Technique Information Sheet
  • Teacher example
  • Project Reflection Sheet

KEYS:

  • Compare/Contrast Claus Oldenburg & Wayne Thiebaud Art
  • Compare/Contrast two Thiebaud paintings

Ways to use in the classroom:

  1. As an introduction to a famous artist and their work.
  2. Worksheets culminate with student creating their own work in the style of artist.
  3. To support other skills such as: Drawing and Acrylic painting
  4. Learn about Impasto
  5. As early finisher work or as a quick art substitute lesson.

Note: There are options on how to give students color references other than to print these sheets in color. You can project the example using a document camera or have students look up artwork on a chrome book or smartphone, for example.