나는 아이들과 마티스 영감을 예술 프로젝트를 만드는 사랑. Matisse’s paintings are full of color, pattern and energy. Here is a project that combines features of two of his famous paintings, Woman in a Purple Coat 과 Goldfish.
일 1: pattern hunt
We begin with a ‘pattern hunt.’ I look around the room and find kids wearing patterned clothing. They stand up and we discuss their patterns. Then we take a very close look at Matisse’s Woman in a Purple a Coat, and tally up all the patterns one by one. I can’t tell you how excited those first graders became when they identified the patterned curtains and wallpaper in the painting. They tallied up 13 패턴, including the fruit on the table.
일 2: create patterned paper
White paper 12″x18″
Water cups, 브러쉬
Oil pastels or construction paper
Here is a fast way to create four patterns. Fold the white paper into quarters and open. Using tempera cakes, paint one quarter a solid color. Paint the remaining quarters with patterned lines (요동하는, 이쪽은 지그재그의 한 변, 등등). Now take oil pastels and create a pattern on the solid quarter. The tempera cake dries so quickly you can draw on it in just a few minutes. Add oil pastel patterns to the remaining quarters. Place on drying rack.
일 3: create a goldfish bowl
Blue paper, 6″x10″
오일 파스텔 (or construction paper crayons)
Turn blue paper vertically and draw a ‘rainbow’ at the top using a black oil pastel. Draw a ‘smile’ under the rainbow. Cut along the top line to remove the corners and create the look of a round vase edge.
Add goldfish or other aquarium creatures. Glue to patterned background paper with glue stick.
First Grade Results:
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