Kindergarten Art Class
Paul Klee Inspired Fish Paintings:
Students learn about types of line, and how to properly handle different art materials.
Klimt Style Trees and Sleeping Babies:
With a continued focus on line, students create two projects inspired by the artist Gustav Klimt. The first is an image of a tree. While the second is a colorful blanket with a sleeping baby.
Mixed media is used to help develop an understanding of the shapes found on the face.
Shape & Repetition:
Students will learn about the primary colors and construct a piece of work related to Matisse. They will learn about the concept of repetition with shapes and colors.
To further enhance the repetition, a gumball machine will be created focusing on repeating elements, common in the work of Wayne Thiebaud.
One of the concluding kindergarten projects introduces students to the work of Kandinsky. A series of circles will be stacked to form a colorful abstract masterpiece.