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In 4C we have been creating some artistic faces from old drinks cans. It is based on an idea from a French artist called Didier Triglia.

 

He makes the heads with crushed cans, and then he paints them. Tête de canette translated from French means “head bobbin”. He uses colours galore and characters sometimes laughing, sometimes sad or angry. They are funny faces with original expressions. But they are human forms and we could almost forget the cans.


 

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Watch the photo show to see how we did. We think they turned out best where the colours were bold and the painting kept bold and simple. Not bad for old cans!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRADUCTION
 Nous avons créé quelques visages artistiques avec des vieilles boîtes de boissons. Il est basé sur une idée d'un artiste français appelé Didier Triglia.

Il fait les têtes avec des boîtes écrasées et ensuite il les peint. Têtes de canette traduit du français signifie "la bobine principale". Il utilise des couleurs en abondance et des caractères(personnages) riant parfois, parfois triste ou fâché. Ils ont des visages drôles avec des expressions originales. Mais ils ont des formeshumaines et nous pourrions presque oublier les boîtes.
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In 4C we have been creating some artistic faces from old drinks cans. It is based on an idea from a French artist called Didier Triglia.

He makes the heads with crushed cans, and then he paints them. Tête de canette translated from French means “head bobbin”. He uses colours galore and characters sometimes laughing, sometimes sad or angry. They are funny faces with original expressions. But they are human forms and we could almost forget the cans.

 


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30 juillet 2013 2 30 /07 /juillet /2013 14:00

Recycled Art

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This project made for some interesting teacher prep.  

Soda cans were collected and I bagged them, put them between 2 pieces of plywood and ran them over 4 different times with a tractor.  

One side was then spray painted to act as a primer.


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After looking at different recycled art and art materials, the students studied the work of Didier Triglia and made their own can characters.  They used sharpie markers and colored pencils on the can, and then spent time decorating their frames with other recycled materials!  They turned out so, so awesome and the students really loved it because it was something very different than what they have done in art class before.  It was well worth the work put in to make this project happen.

– SDC

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27 juillet 2013 6 27 /07 /juillet /2013 18:28

       

       Students incorporate recycling with art lessons

 

 
  Katie Ribstein, an art education major from Sioux Falls, observes the artwork of her fellow students. Ribstein developed a lesson for her class that used crushed aluminum cans.
Black Hills State University art students in Desy Shoenewies’s classes took an interdisciplinary and environmental approach to their latest art project.

The students, elementary education and art education majors, included garbage items in their art as they developed and presented their lesson plans to their fellow classmates. The two art projects, now displayed on the third floor of Woodburn, both use recycled materials and teach a lesson beyond art.

“It is definitely important to teach the possibility of making something out of garbage – you don’t need a lot of expensive supplies to create art,” according to Katie Ribstein, an art education major from Sioux Falls.

Using famed artist Didier Triglia as an inspiration, Ribstein had her classmates create paintings out of crushed aluminum cans. Ribstein chose Didier because of his unique, colorful and chaotic designs as well as his use of recycled materials to create the art. Ribstein looks forward to incorporating sustainability into her lessons as a classroom teacher.

There are many ways to use recycled items through classroom instruction, she said noting the use of thrift store glass plates as paint palettes.

 

 
 
Another classroom art lesson incorporated old plastic dome-shaped coffee lids, fishing line and plastic bags.  Amanda Vottero, elementary education major from Rapid City, Valerie Samuelson, elementary education major from St. Onge, and Sara Frasier, elementary education major from Spearfish, used their art lesson to teach classmates about one of the ocean’s most fascinating creatures,the jellyfish, and make a project using some of materials that threaten their habitat.

Frasier said it was a way to integrate sustainability and science with an art lesson. Aimed at the fifth-grade level, Vottero said it is a great age to start teaching about recycling.

  
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Mon travail autour des canettes fait le tour du monde !!!!

AMAZING !!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

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Recycling With Art

I posted at the very beginning of the school year about a great lesson about Didier Triglia I had found on the smART teacher’s blog. I was so excited about working with the kids on this and when they saw my example sitting out in my room, they were pretty excited about it too. Well, because of multiple and many other lessons that were time sensitive or requested, I have only now gotten to the Didier Triglia lesson. Good news: the kids are still just as excited about it! :)
Day one we discussed Mr. Triglia and his art and recycling and found objects. I had pre-cut some old mat board into 6×9″ pieces. I passed out cans and we smashed (which they though was lots of fun???) and then they were to decide how they wanted to glue the can down before they started painting. Once that was decided, they painted their backgrounds and placed their cans on their boards for me to hot glue. I did most of these after class because I just couldn’t risk letting them burn themselves with the hot glue.

 


 

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