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This series of instructional cards uses examples and diagrams to illustrate and reinforce art basics. Each 18” x 6” card is printed in full color on durable cardstock and scored so that it can be folded and used as a flash card for quizzes and testing — or displayed so students can take a closer look.
Encouraging, inspiring, and supportive messages for artists of any age are presented in this set of 16 cards. Exemplary phrases of motivation include "Tell your story in pictures and everyone will understand," "Let your artwork be your journal," and "The best art is never finished."
Art Styles Set
This 32 card set introduces students to styles as wide-ranging as Prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, Realism, Impressionism, Fauvism, Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Regionalism, Pop Art, and Op Art.
These quotes from famous painters and sculptors are sure to inspire and encourage students. Hang them next to the artists' masterworks to aid in the visual recognition of artworks and memorization of artist names. The set of 16 includes Bearden, Calder, Cassatt, Da Vinci, Frankenthaler, Hokusai, Hopper, Kahlo, Lichtenstein, Matisse, Michelangelo, Monet, O'Keeffe, Picasso, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh.
This set of 16 cards introduces popular artists from a range of art movements and time periods including Bearden, Calder, Cassatt, Da Vinci, Frankenthaler, Hokusai, Hopper, Kahlo, Lichtenstein, Matisse, Michelangelo, Monet, O'Keeffe, Picasso, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh. Each card includes the artist’s nationality, lifespan, and style or artistic era.
Careers in Art Set
This 12-card set introduces students to possible career opportunities in art, including Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Publication Design, Photography, Industrial Design, Fashion Design, Entertainment Design, Fine Arts and Crafts, Art Education, Museums and Galleries, and Support for Artists.
This 16 card set introduces ceramics concepts including wedging, pinch pots, coil building, slab construction, hump molds, tiles, score and slip, centering, throwing, trimming, glazing, and more.
This 16 card set introduces basic color vocabulary, including hue; primary, secondary, and tertiary colors; monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and triadic colors; warm and cool colors; value; tint; tone; shades; neutral colors; and intensity.
This 16-card set features Stained Glass, Glassblowing, Functional Ceramics, Decorative Ceramics, Mosaics, Jewelry, Sculpture, Leatherwork, Weaving, Batik, Quilts, Papermaking, Bookbinding, Baskets, Wood Bowls, and Wood Furniture.
Disciplines of Art
These 16 cards help students learn and apply the four disciplines of art (art history, aesthetics, art criticism, and art production). Questions include "What is the nature of art?," "Who can be an artist?," and "What tools are used to create art?" Use this set in combination with large art reproductions for maximum benefit.
Drawing and Painting Tools
This 24‑card set graphically illustrates and defines drawing and painting tools. The card include color wheel, mannequin, compass, scratchboard, canvas, sketch pad, palette, pastel, marker, paint, palette knife, airbrush, easel, paper, eraser, charcoal, ruler, pencil, brush, sponge, smock, mat/frame, stencil, and crayon.
Drawing and Perspective Set
This 16 card set introduces students to drawing concepts that include gesture, contour, figures, portraits, still lifes, landscapes, atmospheric perspective, one-point perspective, two-point perspective, and more.
Elements of Art & Principles of Design Illustrated Vocabulary
This set of 36 cards serves as an illustrated glossary for the book entitled Illustrated Elements of Art & Principles of Design. The cards are scored so that they can be folded and used as flash cards for quizzes and testing.
Elements of Design Set
This 14 card set covers the concepts of line, shape, color, value, form, texture, space, balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, rhythm, and unity.
Global Folk Art
This 16-card set introduces traditional art forms from around the world, including Wycinanki, Aboriginal Art, Japanese Fish Kites, Origami, Totems, Celtic Knots, Bark Painting, Gyotaku, Clay Whistles, Hieroglyphics, and more.
These 16 cards help students learn about a wide range of key graphic design concepts. Cards include Elements and Principles, Color Models, Color Schemes, Grids for Page Layout, Typography, Typefaces and Fonts, Information Hierarchy, Print Design, Logos, Branding, Identity, Illustrator, Web Design, Electronic Media, Packaging Design, and the Design Process.
This 16-card set covers Acrylic, Airbrush Technique, Casein, Chinese Brush Painting, Egg Tempera, Finger Painting, Fresco Painting, Gouache, Hard-edge Painting, Impasto Technique, Ink and Wash, Oil, Pastel Painting, Palette, Tempera, and Watercolor.
Shapes: Art & Math
This set of 16 folding cards introduces and defines shapes, making it great for interdisciplinary instruction.
This set of 48 cards covers a wide variety of subjects including drawing, painting, perspective, media, printmaking, ceramics, and more. Definitions are printed on the back of the cards for handy reference.
Why We Teach Art
Designed to inspire and motivate, this set of 16 display cards reminds students and teachers alike of the importance of incorporating art into the curriculum.
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Love the display compatibility in these cards!
By Art Teacher
from Baltimore, Maryland
Comments about Crystal Productions Art Display Cards:
I love all of the display cards, However, I am finding vocabulary words I need to add, and artists I need too! So, I guess I am saying that I would purchase more packs if they expand the vocabulary cards and another pack of other artists I use to teach.... I LOVE THE FONT, I love the colors and I love the quotes.I love the polished professional look of the cards when I am putting up a display!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Mountain Art Teacher
from North Carolina
These cards are the best! I love the quality. They are great for bulletin boards!
Great art room graphics
By Mrs. T
from Dallas, TX
I used the Elements and Principles in my art room as a nice visual of art vocabulary. I like that they are fairly simple designs so they are not too overwhelming, but they do include nice visual examples. Love the option to fold them in half and use them as flash cards, and I may have to buy another set for this use.
Wonderful Quality Product
By Ms. M Art Teacher
from Colorado Springs, CO
I teach K-5 Art at two schools and see 650 students a week. Not only are these cards excellent quality and beautiful, they are easy for the students to understand, they help me to simplify and clarify my learning targets, and they travel well, so that I can deliver Art ideas and vocabulary to my students in an exciting way at both schools!!! These cards also make it very easy for my administrators and evaluators to know exactly what I am teaching and to see how Art is integrated with Literacy, Math, Social Studies and Science. I bought 6 sets: Elements and Principals, Color, Math, Why We Teach Art, Art Motivation, and Art Disciplines.
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