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Mark Rothko: color ad emotion  https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Project idea= Mark Rothko Abstract Expressionism Experiments in Art Education: Mark Rothko: Color + Emotion

Drip, Drip, Splatter Splash: jackson pollack, abstract expressionism, sculpture

Fifth Graders enjoyed their sculptural drip paintings modeled after the works of Holton Rower. This was a fun line study, where students could see the lines in motion.

Experiments in Art Education: Mark Rothko: Color + Emotion

Experiments in Art Education: Mark Rothko: Color Emotion- LOVE the neon-like shades on black paper

Our Art for Preschool series continues this week as we begin to explore abstract art and Kandinsky.  Make your own Elmer, inspired by a favorite children's book and Kandinsky's Squares with Concentric Circles

Famous Artists for Kids: Elmer Meets Kandinsky

Chandelier and rug are overwrought (I just think it would clash with a Sesame Street Play set) BUT I love the artwork over the crib. I think Cece and I may make some new art for her room when it goes through it's toddler transition (sooner than I want to think about).

lavender walls accented with bright white furniture with the pairing of an abstract painting and chandelier.

Mondrian by Kids: These incredibly simple paintings in the style of Dutch Painter Piet Mondrian are a great way to get kids involved in learning about abstract art and the beauty of simple geometric images.  The creation of the series of squares and rectangles is surprisingly satisfying and the creative process very rewarding.  This project is ideal for elementary age kids and even older preschoolers can easily have a go.  Older children may prefer to create their black outlines using rulers…

Mondrian by Kids

Mondrian by Kids: These incredibly simple paintings in the style of Dutch Painter Piet Mondrian

clyfford still I see palm leaves, roaring 20s dancers, birds wings, people praying in a circle, fireworks, what do you see?

Clyfford Still Still once told one of his children: "Hey, I love you, but the painting comes first".

Mixed Media Artists International: "Jabberwockie" Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media, Alcohol Ink Painting by Contemporary New Orlea...

Lou Jordan Fine Art: Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media, Alcohol Ink Painting "Jabberwockie" by Contemporary New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan

Jackson Pollock  #Action_Painting  Intenta expresar mediante el color y la materia del cuadro, sensaciones tales como el movimiento, la velocidad, la energía.

Dripping Paint with Pollock

pollock Jackson Pollock Photographer Hans Namuth Gelatin silver prints, 1950 Published May 1951 National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; gift of the estate of Hans Namuth © Estate of Hans Namuth

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