Check out what KinderArt Club members are creating with their young artists!
Sunflowers in a Row
We looked at Monet’s “Impression Sunrise” and several of his garden pieces and discussed how his pieces were an impression, a feeling of what he was looking at. Kids enjoyed it and it gave opportunity to throw art history in with art process. ~Tery C.
Georges Rouault Portraits
Jenny modified the lesson by having her students use oil pastels instead of paint.
Sunflowers in a Row!
“We used crayons, construction paper, and tissue paper, while adding in lines and shape patterns as the “wallpaper” background.” ~Anjelica
“These are from kindergarten. I remember hearing one of the girls say that her spider was a girl and I looked down to see a spider with hair Delightful!” ~Chad
Inspired by John James Audubon
Here is a variety of work inspired by the lessons in our Audubon Bundle.
Inspired by Alexander Calder
Van Gogh's Sunflowers
Anjelica modified the lesson by using dry, instead of wet, media.