Monday, December 21, 2009

Modifications in Art Class with Assistive Technology

The Art Zone is a website that offers free online tools to create amazing artwork. It is maintained by the National Gallery of Art in Washington. This is fun for all ages. If you work with any children who use a computer instead of pen and paper, this would be a great modification to use in art class.

My favorite is the Brushter, which is an online painting machine. You can print and save your works of art.

Here is a screenshot of something I created on Brushter.

Need some interesting visual stimulation? Check out the Flow program. This creates amazing, mesmerizing images with a click.

Creative or not, one could spend hours on this website producing amazing works of art. There is just too much to list. Check it out yourself.

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