Circles of colored words

Inspired by Kandinsky circles, we paint some simple circles with watercolors using just the three primary colors, mixing them each other and painting very loosely circles of different sizes. Then we … [Read more...]

The square color wheel!

Here a special color “wheel”, it is drawn freehand and colored with tempera colours on a square sheet. The students of year 6 colored their color wheel starting from the three Primary Colors, and … [Read more...]

Other folders grade 8

Students of class 3A and 3B finished their folders inspired to the masterpieces of abstract art, colored with oil pastels. Here some of these! … [Read more...]

Folders for drawings – grade 7

  This folder-project is for the sudents of grade 7, who are studying the value of shadows and lights,  the shading applied to objects, and how to make three-dimensional effects with the … [Read more...]

Precious stones

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Color theory inspired by Paul Klee

Exercises on warm and cool colours, complementary colours or primary and secodary colours inspired by Paul Klee’s works of art. Here we used watercolors on book’s pages, used as a grid of … [Read more...]

Inspired by Rothko

  I love Rothko, I try to teach who he is and what he has done. The easiest way is to copy his works of art, his colour’s fields  and compositions. With soft pastels start creating fields of … [Read more...]

Experiences of Abstract Art

Some of you asked me how it was possible going so far away from realistic images to create something quite abstract, without figures or references to the real. We experienced this in the Year 9 with … [Read more...]

Inventing a texture!

We tried to train our hand with some exercise by creating texture with felt-tip pens, then we cut it off and paste on a black cardboard. After we decorated the black background with a white pencil ... … [Read more...]