Phone: (925) 473-2380, ext. 5307
Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Art, (Minor English); M.A. Art HIstory; California Teacher Credential Studio Art K-12; English Language and Literature 7-12
Hi! I am Sandra Sabatino, the Hillview Art Teacher. I have been at Hillview for a LONG time! I am looking forward to guiding my students through a creative journey, exploring the historical aspects of art, as viewed through cultures and through the portfolios of famous artists.
In order to receive credit for the 4th quarter of 2020, you need to email me either a picture of each art activity you completed, or a written summary of your experience with each activity.
There are 10 activities below. The last day to submit work via email will be Friday, May 29th.
ART CLASS ACTIVITIES:
ANCIENT GREEK ART
WATCH THIS INFORMATIVE VIDEO ON Ancient Greek Art:
Go back to the video and pause the play at a sculpture or column you would like to draw.
Use pencil and paper.
Go to this comprehensive site: https://www.umass.edu/aesop/history.php
follow these directions:
- Read the History of Aesop
- Click on the Fables Tab
- View these fables illustrated by students:
- The Ant and the Grasshopper
- Belling the Cat
- The Dog in the Manger
- The fox and the goat
- The Goose with the Golden Egg
Choose one of the fables to illustrate in your own style of drawing.
You can add color if you have the supplies.
Watch this informative video on ancient Egyptian art:
Draw and color a picture that you would create for a wall in an ancient Egyptian Pyramid. Go back into the video if you need to take second look at some of the art.
ADVANCED CRAYON COLORING TECHNIQUE
Watch this very informative video on how to enhance your crayon colorings. If you do not have a coloring book, or a printed coloring page, draw a very simple picture on a blank paper to color.
Mother’s Day is May 10th
Try one or all of these activities.
- Easy Mother’s Day Card (You will need paper and pencil)
- Easy Pop-out Mother’s Day Card (You will need paper, scissors, and glue or glue stick)
- Make a Rose for Mom (You’ll need paper, scissors, glue or glue stick, and a straw or stick of some kind)
- find a coloring book of any kind
- use crayons or colored pencils
- carefully color, showing techniques you learned in class: directional strokes; edging; color overlay; fill-in
If you do not have these supplies, many grocery stores (and the Dollar Tree)have a book/toy section where you might find coloring books, colored pencils (and a pencil sharpener), and large boxes of crayons. (If you have a home printer, Google Images is a good source for coloring pages of any kind. Make sure you type the words “coloring page” after your search choice. Then copy and paste the image to a Word document. You can then enlarge it to any size.)
IF THE ABOVE IS NOT AN OPTION FOR YOU, THEN:
DRAW “AN OBJECT A DAY”
- use pencil
- blank paper is better than binder paper, but use whichever you have
- select a common object, place it in front of you, try to draw it with details
IF YOU HAVE INTERNET ACCESS:
Go to this YouTube page for some good DOODLING activities. Use a pen or thin tipped marker.
THE ART OF THE SELFIE
- Watch this Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ontgK-_zBfQ
- Use your phone to take various selfies.
- Draw a few of them, adding color or doodle effects.
- Get to know a famous artist: Salavor Dali: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3RXTWnk6qM
Watch Part 1 of this entertaining video and then try to do one or all of the art activities.
- DISLOCATION: Draw a common object, but place it in an uncommon location.
- COLLABORATION: As seen in the video. This can also be done with only 2 people, each taking turns.
- COLLAGE: As seen in the video.
If you want to know more about Salvador Dali, watch Part 2 of this video: