PNC tiny THURSDAYS ...at home!

Watercolor Hands

Young artists explore how people from all over the world are represented in art and then use watercolors to mix primary colors and make a painting!
An example of the watercolor painting that will be created in this PNC Tiny Thursdays at Home lesson.
The image shows this week's featured artwork, The First Born, painted about 1930 by Mexican artist Alfredo Ramos Martínez.

Featured Artwork: Alfredo Ramos Martínez (Mexican, 1871-1946), The First Born, about 1930, oil and India ink on artist board. Gift of Don and Kit Desch, 2016.30

Story: We’re All Works of Art, written by Mark Sperring and illustrated by Rose Blake (Gibbs Smith; 2018)

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Materials Needed:
1) one: 11”x14” watercolor paper
2) crayons or oil pastels
3) watercolors: red, yellow and blue
4) paint tray
5) paintbrush
6) water in container
7) optional: pencil, paper towel for blotting

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