Thursday, September 18, 2008

1st GRADE-Kandinsky

The first grade students learned about
The artist Wassily Kandinsky. They
learned that his style of artwork is
abstract, which means it doesn’t
necessarily look like anything. They
learned that even though abstract
art is made up of different lines, colors,
and shapes, it is still art. Students
also learned what repetition is.
Students were able to repeat circles
and use various colors to create their very
own work in the style of Kandinsky.

Another Kandinsky lesson the students used vertical, horizontal, curvy, and zig-zag lines to create an abstract piece of art. Then they filled in their design with different geometric and organic shapes to create patterns.

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