MIXED MEDIA Art Project – Middle School Visual Art – High School Painting Lesson


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Welcome to our Mixed Media Art Project – a dynamic exploration of art where middle school visual art meets high school painting, blending techniques and mediums to create captivating masterpieces!


In this project, students will dive into the exciting world of mixed media, combining various materials and techniques to express their artistic vision in new and unexpected ways. From collage to acrylic painting, each artwork is a celebration of creativity and innovation.


Whether you’re a curious middle school student or a seasoned high school painter, this project is designed to inspire and challenge you. With guided instruction and hands-on experimentation, you’ll feel empowered to push the boundaries of your artistic practice and explore new avenues of expression.


Get ready for an art project that’s both enriching and enjoyable! Our mixed media project is filled with interactive exercises, step-by-step demonstrations, and creative challenges that will keep you engaged and excited to experiment with different materials and techniques.


As you delve into mixed media art, you’ll unlock new levels of creativity and self-expression. With each layer and texture, you’ll discover the power of combining materials and techniques to create artworks that are uniquely yours and full of depth and dimension.


Whether you’re exploring mixed media for the first time or looking to expand your artistic horizons, our Mixed Media Art Project is your passport to a world of creative possibility. So grab your brushes and let’s embark on this colorful journey together – the canvas is waiting for your masterpiece!



Included in this Mixed Media Art Project – Middle School Visual Art – High School Painting Lesson:

✅ Detailed Presentation in Both Google Slides and PowerPoint Format

✅ Easy Access QR codes on PDF

✅ Ready made Worksheets

✅ Great Reference Images

✅ Viewfinders to crop images

✅ Step by step Art Teacher Instructions



This Resource Package is a TIME-SAVING GAME CHANGER ⏰

❤️ The materials are all organized in one place to use year after year.

❤️ Materials students can refer back to when the teacher is busy or unavailable

❤️ Clear step-by-step instructions explain how to complete the mixed media art project with lots of visual examples that are easy to use.

❤️ TIME-SAVING video demonstrations are great for when students are absent and need a review.

❤️ Great for multiple ability levels and builds student confidence in art



Mixed Media Art Project


This project was inspired by the current working artist Leslie DeRose, She creates unique negative space images of bicycles over maps and relics unique to the location. She combines painting and collage to reflect different locations and points of interest.

The PowerPoint contains photos of her work along with student examples. This project encourages students to reflect and express the essence of a place they would like to travel to. It guides them to understand how artists use the elements and principles of art to capture the feeling of an experience. They learn how to see and draw negative space as well as positive space. They explore creating different shades and values of color in paint.



Need an Easy to Follow Art Sub Plan?

The included worksheets work great as sub plans, and early finisher assignments, for students on home instruction or in ISS. They are easy to follow with the linked videos and are easy for substitute teachers or self-directed learning when the art teacher is unavailable.


All of my lessons can be shared with your students through Google Classroom or any digital platform and are formatted to work for distance learning or in the classroom. They are designed to save you time and help your students access the tutorials, presentations, videos, or worksheets as easily as possible. You can find more ready-to-go, easy-to-follow, time-saving art lessons in my RESOURCE SHOP.


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Mixed Media Art Project

MIXED MEDIA Art Project – Middle School Visual Art – High School Painting Lesson