This lesson was made by one of my favorite professors in college Deb Deery. She passed away and I am making this lesson free to all so that everyone can appreciate her art education knowledge and lesson plan making skills.
In this lesson:
KNOWLEDGE: Facts. Students learn that... Wassily Kandinsky, a Russian artist, created non-objective works of art, using line, shape and color in the 1920’s.
SKILL: Psychomotor. The students learn how to... create a non-objective piece of art, using crayon, oil pastel, and watercolors. They review primary and secondary colors.
ATTITUDE: Affective. The students learn to be more aware of shapes in art work and to recognize and be able to identify non-objective art work. Students also become aware of artists from other countries and the work they created.