Klee Art Projects for Kids: Paul Klee’s love of music serves as inspiration for many of his abstractions. The student artists will both hear and see the connection as they enjoy his fanciful imagination. Using watercolor washes, the young artists enjoy creating their own abstract compositions from their feelings and imaginations.
Matisse Art Projects for Kids: Your students will discover the abstract art of French artist, Henri Matisse. His bold use of color and shape in his paper cutouts expose the children to a new medium and style of art. In their classrooms, the children create masterpiece cutouts of their own using a sea motif.
Henri Matisse Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Seurat Art Projects for Kids: The students discover the style of pointillism through the work of French artist, Georges Seurat. They will create their own “pointillism” masterpieces while learning and applying color theory.
Van Gogh Art Projects for Kids: The life and art of Vincent van Gogh is presented in an assembly to make art history come alive. Voice tapes, music lyrics, and van Gogh dress-up props motivate the children to investigate his artistic genius. In their classroom art activities texture is emphasized as they create their own oil pastel masterpieces of A Starry Night.
Vincent van Gogh Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Miro Art Projects for Kids: Your student artists will enjoy learning about the dreamlike surreal style of Joan Miro. Using abstract shapes, the children challenge their imagination to change reality into a special world where anything is possible.
Joan Miro Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Mondrian Art Projects for Kids: Your students will discover the abstract art of Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian. His balanced compositions expose the children to a new style of art in which lines and geometric shapes are used to express mood and feeling. In their classrooms, the children create Mondrian-type balanced compositions.
Piet Mondrian Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Picasso Art Projects for Kids: Pablo Picasso’s varied styles enable the student artists to see all phases of his artistic life. They will learn to identify Picasso’s different styles, including Cubism. Using a Cubist style, the children drew and created a Cubist composition using and balancing all of the art elements. Your artists will use right-brain drawing and chalk staining to finish their masterpieces.
Pablo Picasso Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Rousseau Art Projects for Kids: Henri Rousseau was a French artist who brought jungle landscapes to life with his vivid imagination. His tropical plants and jungle animals are explored and created in the children’s artwork. They will create a colorful composition of plant and animal shapes using paint crayons.
Henri Rousseau Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters
Renoir Art Projects for Kids: Your students will discover the techniques of the impressionists while learning about Auguste Renoir’s beautiful “rainbow palette.” In their classrooms they will create a landscape with impressionistic color reflections.
Pierre Auguste Renoir Art Projects for Kids — Meet the Masters