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start with black shapes - no touching - connect with lines - kids get one color - walk around and paint shapes - go over lines with black again for pop

start with black shapes - no touching - connect with lines - kids get one color - walk around and paint shapes - go over lines with black again for pop

Collaborative watercolor art project (special ed).  Teacher preps by doing big black lines, kids come in to add crayon details in their groups, they finish by painting over the crayon designs with watercolors.

Collaborative watercolor art project (special ed). Teacher preps by doing big black lines, kids come in to add crayon details in their groups, they finish by painting over the crayon designs with watercolors.

Art School for Kids Art Videos of the Masters

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2

http://UpCycle.Club Black is too bright for us #OnlyBlue presents Romero Britto. Contemporary Pop Artist & our beloved puppy Ganja and her memorable colour runs at our ecoPark in Cyprus. Good times @upcycleclub

http://UpCycle.Club Black is too bright for us #OnlyBlue presents Romero Britto. Contemporary Pop Artist & our beloved puppy Ganja and her memorable colour runs at our ecoPark in Cyprus. Good times @upcycleclub

Wow, I love Romero Britto's art! It would be great for decorating  kids room....

Wow, I love Romero Britto's art! It would be great for decorating kids room....

Cubist Sculpture  Picasso created cubist sculptures as well as paintings. He also made constructions—such as Mandolin and Clarinet from odds and ends of wood, metal, paper, and nonartistic materials, in which he explored the spatial hypotheses of cubist painting. His Glass of Absinthe, combining a silver sugar strainer with a painted bronze sculpture, anticipates his much later “found object” creations, such as Baboon and Young, as well as pop art objects of the 1960s.

Cubist Sculpture Picasso created cubist sculptures as well as paintings. He also made constructions—such as Mandolin and Clarinet from odds and ends of wood, metal, paper, and nonartistic materials, in which he explored the spatial hypotheses of cubist painting. His Glass of Absinthe, combining a silver sugar strainer with a painted bronze sculpture, anticipates his much later “found object” creations, such as Baboon and Young, as well as pop art objects of the 1960s.

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