2nd Gr. Monet Japanese Bridge. 3 day project. Water color wash w/ sea salt. 2) Sponge painting trees and lily pads. 3) oil pastel bridge and other details. Great!

Art Rocks!: 1st grade

Monet's Waterlilies -We painted our projects in two steps. First, we painted the water, being sure not to blend the different colors too much in order to show reflection in the surface of the water. The next week, we painted the water lilies using three colors to give a more three-dimensional appearance

Claude Monet artist study for homeschool

Monet Art for kids Last year I did Georgia O'keeffe, this year I am trying Claude Monet

Monet Japanese Bridge

Monet....Japanese Bridge.....looks like watercolor, salt...then soft pastels on top.

Monet project



Tissue Paper Lily Pond- Monet

WEST MIDDLETON ART SMARTIES: Gr. 1: Monet's Bridge, tempera leaves, markers painted over with water for pond, oil pastel bridge, tissue lilies

Art Lesson Gr. 1: Monet's Bridge

Art Projects for Kids: Monet’s Water Lilies

Monet's bridge + photo

We started this project by using watercolor paint to create a wash for the sky and ground. While the paper was still wet we sprinkled sea salt on the paper. We then used sponges to create the trees in the background and the lily pads in the foreground. We made sure to layer our paint using highlights and shadows. Oil pastel was used for the bridge. Hope this description helps.

How to paint like Monet: Lessons on Impressionist landscape painting techniques - Part 1

Kindergarten Monet's Garden-Kindergarten students learned about Claude Monet's art and the beautiful gardens he created around his home in France. Students used oil pastel to draw the bridge across Monet's pond and then used sponges to add the greenery. They used their fingers to add the colorful flowers on top of the lily pads.

a Monet-inspired art project...build a bridge on your painting with popsicle sticks and toothpicks!

Christine Lindstrom "Fragile"

MIRO figures, oil pastel & sprayed with watercolors from Sharpiewoman