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Rizzi-for-Kids James Rizzi has left his mark on the world. His amazing illustrations has made an indelible impression on me and my students. Last Fall, my sixth graders did a unit on James Rizzi which included Faces and Simple Birds. This time we had fun with James Rizzi Inspired Skyscrapers. This is a super easy lesson for older students. 100% fun and successful.

Rizzi-gallery-2 Here is another James Rizzi idea for kids that will have to wait for next year too.

James Rizzi birds and maybe we could do fairies in this style, too

Each child created an oil pastel piece and then they were hung as a group, lovely.

James Rizzi - birds -- use oil pastels & water colors. Add creatively decorated border to add more personal flair

Kids draw and paint colorful faces using oil pastel and watercolor paints inspired by American artist, James Rizzi.

Another Rizzi...art lesson inspiration

What makes this work, besides the tight color relationship in the blues, is the outlining of the multiple layers. This could be a handsome project for very young children if you control the palette when they create the papers.

Deep Space Sparkle – James Rizzi Art Lessons

Joan Miro -The focus here is creating lines that form shapes and being able to express yourself through line and color. It’s really empowering for children to create a work of art that resembles nothing familiar.

Great Art lessons (Giraffe and Lion) Materials: larger white paint resistant paper, yellow and brown tempera paint, sharpie markers, brown construction paper, glue sticks, elmers glue, and grass straw.