TEACHERS AND STUDENTS In the Spotlight - 3

Check out what KinderArt Club members are creating with their young artists!

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.

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.
Jenny modified the lesson by having her students use oil pastels instead of paint.

Georges Rouault Portraits

Jenny modified the lesson by having her students use oil pastels instead of paint.
Sunflowers in a Row!

Sunflowers in a Row!

"We used crayons, construction paper, and tissue paper, while adding in lines and shape patterns as the "wallpaper" background." ~Anjelica

Fanciful Fishbowls

“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

Magnified Bugs

“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
Here is a variety of work inspired by the lessons in our Audubon Bundle.

Inspired by John James Audubon

Here is a variety of work inspired by the lessons in our Audubon Bundle.
Inspired by Alexander Calder

Inspired by Alexander Calder

Anjelica modified the lesson by using dry, instead of wet, media.

Van Gogh's Sunflowers

Anjelica modified the lesson by using dry, instead of wet, media.
Dot Day!

Dot Day!

Have You Seen the Wind?

Have You Seen the Wind?