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Jackson Pollock and Mixing Colors

Young scholars discuss how Jackson Pollock always wanted to be an artist. They are told that Jackson Pollock called his paintings action paintings because it took a lot of action to make them, and because they have a lot of eye movement and action in them. Students review how colors can be mixed to make new colors.

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Resource Details

Grade
1st - 4th
Subjects
Visual & Performing Arts
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategies
Project-Based Learning
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Usage Permissions
Fine Print
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