Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Abstract Works by First Grade

Wassilly Kandinsky is credited for creating the first purely abstract works.  A Russian native who taught law left his successful career to devote himself to painting in Munich, Germany.  
"Everything starts from a dot," Wassilly Kandinsky.
The children started with oil pastels and drawing overlapping shapes throughout their paper with lines and "starting with dots." 

Once the oil pastel shapes were on the paper, the students painted the peers with water colors with red, yellow and blue.

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