PNC tiny THURSDAYS ...at home!

Watercolor Resist with Shapes!

Young artists explore a city, looking for shapes, and make a watercolor resist with shapes they find at home!
An example of the watercolor resist painting created in this week's Tiny Thursdays at Home lesson.
This week's featured artwork is Victor Vasarely's Sikra-MC, 1968

Description: Young artists explore a city, looking for shapes and make a watercolor resist with shapes they find at home!

Artwork: Victor Vasarely (French, born in Hungary, 1908–1997), Sikra-MC, 1968, screenprint on paper. Gift of Mrs. Theodore Spector, 1974.104

 

Materials Needed
1) watercolor or multi-media paper
2) paintbrush
3) primary watercolors: red, blue, and yellow
4) water in container for rinsing brush
5) crayons
6) miscellaneous basic shape items for tracing 

Project Skills
1) Fine / Gross Motor
a) tracing
b) painting
2) Language Development
a) expressive: speaking
b) receptive: listening
c) discussing
3) Mathematical
a) shape identification
4) 21st-Century
a) critical thinking
b) creativity 

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