Review: David Hockney: The Illusion of Depth

DVD/Video Name: David Hockney: The Illusion of Depth

Series Name: Behind the Scenes

Grade Level(s): 3rd through 8th

Categories: Art History, Elements and Principles of Art, Teaching Resource

Product Review: If I had only one DVD in my collection, this would be the one. The kids are completely engaged and learn the difference between flat and deep. I use this as an intro to teaching one-point perspective. My other two favorites in this series are Nancy Graves: Balance and Wayne Thiebaud: LIne.

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Theresa McGee

Hello! My name is Theresa McGee and I am a National Board Certified Art Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator teaching in Hinsdale, Illinois. My curriculum is structured around creative thinking and technology integration into the learning process. I have authored eighteen articles for the Tech4ArtEd Column in SchoolArts Magazine and several iTunes U courses for professional development. I've presented at the state and national levels including several online webinars for art educators. In 2010, I was awarded Illinois Elementary Art Educator of the Year and in 2011 I was awarded the national PBS Teacher Innovator award. I love to share ideas that contribute to the art education profession!

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