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Underwater Fantasy inspired by Paul Klee

Swiss painter and graphic artist, Paul Klee, is known for his child-like use of line and color.… maybe that’s why kids relate so well to his work!  The influ­ence of Sur­re­al­ism, Expres­sion­ism, and Cubism is eas­ily seen in his art, yet he really had a style all his own.  This project is inspired by his […]

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Self-Portrait Workshop — Paul Klee

Here is a sam­pling of self-portraits inspired by artist Paul Klee (includ­ing one in progress) from my last teacher work­shop. Paul Klee (1879–1940) was a Swiss artist known for his highly indi­vid­ual, abstract style. His work was influ­enced by many dif­fer­ent art move­ments, includ­ing Expres­sion­ism, Cubism and Sur­re­al­ism. This project uses squares of “bleed­ing tissue” […]

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Self-Portraits Inspired by Paul Klee

  Kinder­garten self-portrait and “Senecio” by Paul Klee One of our won­der­ful par­ent vol­un­teers recently shared a great web­site with me that she found. If you’re look­ing for new art lessons to try, check out Kathy Barbaro’s “Art Projects for Kids”. I found a great idea on her web­site for “paint­ing” with tis­sue paper, which I […]

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Christmas “Stained Glass” Ornaments

Are your stu­dents bounc­ing off the walls with antic­i­pa­tion of the com­ing hol­i­day? Need a last minute project to engage them? Try mak­ing these glow­ing orna­ments with the look of stained glass! Stu­dents in grade 3 and up will enjoy spread­ing Christ­mas cheer when they hang these orna­ments on their tree or give them as […]

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