Iridescent Ink Stands
Elementary (K–5). Learn about iridescence and create a piece of iridescent art inspired by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933). Click image at left to see Tiffany ink stand.
Everything’s Coming Up Daffodils
Elementary (K–5). Learn about the parts of a plant and Tiffany’s Daffodil Terrace. Click left to see image of Tiffany’s daffodil column capital.
Masking Tape Masterpieces
K–12. Use masking tape and sunlight to create a simple version of a plated, leaded-glass window.
Practicing Color Schemes
Middle and High (6–12). Learn about color theory and five different color schemes by looking at objects from the Museum’s collection, and create a piece of art.
Elementary (K–5). Use the seven shapes of the tangram puzzle to make a unique self-portrait.
Tsuba: Louis Comfort Tiffany and the Art of Japan
Elementary and Middle (K–8). Use found objects and art supplies to design
K–12. Learn about kamon, or Japanese family crests, and create kamon using symmetry, line, and monochromatic color.
Watercolor Techniques Parts 1 and 2
Elementary (K–5). Practice five different watercolor techniques and then create your own “watercolor picnic.”
Bold Blues and Whites
Elementary and Middle (3–8). Make a blue and white vessel using positive and negative space.
Elementary (K–5). Mix colors and media to create artwork in the style of Fidelia Bridges.
Elementary (K–5). Examine painter Albert Bierstadt’s unique butterfly keepsakes.