Mexican Tin Art Templates

Mexican Tin Art Templates Today s folk art project for kids is based on a form of Mexican folk art commonly referred to as Hojalata the Spanish word for tin Folk art is proof positive that everyone is creative

Mexican tin art is a form of decorative metalwork that has been traditionally used in Mexico since the 16th century Mexican tin art is usually made with thin sheets of tin that are cut stamped and then formed into various shapes Mexican Tin Art Inspired By Diego Rivera Today s Mexican tin art project for kids is inspired by a type of Mexican folk art called hojalata tin art work Since the 1500 s Mexican artisans have been shaping stamping punching cutting and painting this metal into decorative and sometimes functional artwork

Mexican Tin Art Templates


Mexican Tin Art Templates


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One of the least known most versatile and most beautiful expressions of Mexican folk art is hojalata tin art work also known in some parts of Mexico as lamina or lata Since the 1500 s this humble metal has been made more pleasing by being shaped stamped punched painted and cut into a wide variety of decorative and functional artwork Background Folk art occurs in every culture It is art that is created by artists who have no formal art training It is generally made by hand and is often designed to be functional Mexican mirrors incorporating embossed tin frames and bright colored frames have been functional art since the 1500 s

Mar 12 2018 Explore Juanita s board Mexican Template Tin Art on Pinterest See more ideas about tin art mexican crafts mexican art 1 Mexican Tin Art Inspired By Diego Rivera Are you looking for a piece of art that d be very stimulating to you and your kids If so the Mexican tin art project is what you need It s based on a painting called Flower Vendor by the renowned Mexican painter Diego Rivera

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Traditionally Milagros which literally means miracle in Spanish are used as religious folk charms to symbolize a prayer or something to be grateful for These days more commonly Milagros are used as decorative items I like the idea that you may make a little tin heart and think of a person you care about Tin has been used for traditional Mexican handicrafts and art forms for many centuries So to make our Day of the Dead tin skulls I simply found a skull template online sized it using Microsoft Word printed it and cut it out to use as a template In all my years doing tin art projects with my students ages 8 14 I have not had one

Decorative mirrors are commonly found in Mexico at the marketplace and are usually made from tin with a mirror in the middle My 4th grade students did a fantastic job creating radial designs on their folk art mirrors inspired by the ones sold at the market Totally terrific Totally fun 1 Jan 4 2021 Explore Victoria Switzer s board mexican tin art patterns on Pinterest See more ideas about tin art metal crafts aluminum can crafts


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