Project Lines. Watercolor/oil pastel resist, marker and crayon, or cut paper collage. Insired by archtiectural art by James Rizzi and Paul Klee. -Limited Edition Print "Overlooking the New York Skyline by James Rizzi
Art - Colour and Line. 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.
Watercolour triangles let students paint paper with watercolors, wet on wet, similar colors. Let dry and cut into triangles. Students pick triangles and glue down randomly, leaving white around each one. Maybe try with black or other color background?
The colorful, imaginary world of Marc Chagall is explored through his fascinating paintings. The students explored patterns and color theory in this lesson. Our young artists use oil pastels to create enchanted villages in the Chagall style.