Quilling Ocean Sunset Wave
By Jo Salampessy
Students will learn about quilling and the process of making artwork using quilling. They will also learn about Rayleigh scattering.
VISUAL ARTS LANGUAGE
Absorbs: Collecting of energy into a surface.
Hologram: A 3 dimensional picture.
Horizon: The line where the earth and the sky appear to meet.
Quilling: The art of rolling and coiling paper to make shapes and designs.
Reflect: The bounce back of light off an object.
Refract: Light passing through and changing direction.
Scatters of light: Just like scattering of dust over an area.
SUPPLIES PER STUDENT
Pencil (rounded handle, no ridges)
2 toothpicks (rounded, no ridges)
3” square piece of parchment or wax paper (for glue)
PVA glue (Tacky preferred or Elmer’s)
Mix media paper 98lb. 8.5” X 5.5” or white cardstock 8.5” X 11” cut to 8.5” X 5.5”
Quilling strips .” wide x 8” long:
• 5 strips each of: Dark blue and light blue
• 2 strips each of: Pink, orange, teal, violet, yellow
Quilling strips .” wide x 4” long:
• 8 strips of white
Colored markers (washable okay): Dark blue, light blue, pink, orange, teal, violet, yellow
▪ Distance Learning Tips – Suggestions to help make this experience enjoyable for all.
▪ Elements of Art – Resource sheet with vocabulary used by artists.