This bundle features 7 art lessons of animals inspired by famous artists. Each project includes an artist spotlight, fun facts about the animal, a detailed photo tutorial, recommended books and supplies, samples, and a student gallery.
-Monkeys Inspired by Frida Kahlo: Spider monkeys in Frida’s garden. In chalk pastel, oil pastel, and watercolor.
-Symbolic Animals Inspired by Paul Klee: Shape-based animals in ink-filled bingo daubers, tempera, and oil pastel.
-Cats Inspired by Suzanne Valadon: Pet cats on a blanket, table, or rug. Painted in tempera.
-Dogs Inspired by Yayoi Kusama: Polka-dotted dogs in tempera on recycled corrugated cardboard or paper.
-Butterflies Inspired by Louis Comfort Tiffany + Clara Driscoll: Flowers and butterflies in glue and in chalk pastel.
-Bird Collages Inspired by Alma Thomas: Abstract paintings are used to create colorful collages of birds.
-Superflat Animals Inspired by Takashi Murakami: drawings in marker of circular heads made into bunnies, pandas, and rainbow flowers.
For more detailed descriptions and pictures of student work for each lesson, you can check out the descriptions and pictures as sold individually on tpt.
Thanks for checking out the bundle! I teach art to children in Westchester, New York. My passion is creating art lessons for my students and sharing them with you. You can follow me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ruthchapman.art/