4th Grade: The Artist and the Landscape

WELCOME TO THE ONLINE ART SUITCASE FROM THE YELLOWSTONE ART MUSEUM

This was developed for classroom educators, so you can learn more about discussing art with your students and making art in your classroom. The current version is “The Artist and the Landscape” for 4th grade with art and artists from Montana and the region that are in the Yellowstone Art Museum’s permanent collection.

HOW DO YOU USE THE ONLINE ART SUITCASE?

Click on an image of artwork on the home page. We will guide you through the process of using Visual Thinking Strategies to discuss art with your students and then teach standards-aligned art lessons created by our certified art educator. Thank you for exploring the Online Art Suitcase with us.

IMAGES OF THE ONLINE ART SUITCASE

Click on an image below to access lesson plans, guiding questions, information on the artist, and more.

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Untitled, 1982, Kevin Red Star (Crow/Apsáalooke), Lithograph Print, 22 x 30”, Gift of Yellowstone Print Club (1982.18)
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Ranch Gate #2, 1982, Dennis Voss, Mixed Media on Paper, 61.5 x 84”, Gift of Theodore Waddell (1997.10)
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Three Girls Walking along a Path, 1992, Ken Blackbird (Gros Ventre/Assiniboine), Color Photograph, 15.5 x 23”, Gift of the artist, David Orser and Ossie Abrams (2002.5)
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Magpies in the Snowstorm, 1986, Jessie Wilber, Serigraph (Screen Print), 25 x 20”, Museum purchase with Montana Cultural Trust Fund (1989.4)
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Untitled, circa 1920s, Isabelle Johnson, Watercolor on Paper, 17.5 x 14.75”, Gift of Isabelle Johnson Estate (IJ1992.318)
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When the Queen Goes Out, I Like to Soak My Feet, 2005, Sheila Miles, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 18”, Museum purchase funded by Miriam Sample (2007.3)