Modigliani Inspired Self-Portraits
Kathy at Art Project for Kids created a fantastic lesson based on Modigliani’s famous elongated portraitures. Instead of creating a grid like Kathy did, I decide to fold the paper instead. This eliminates the somewhat hard task of creating grid lines with a straight edge. We used oil pastels with this lesson but perhaps the next time I do this lesson I might choose soft pastels.
Check out the link above for Kathy’s full directions.
For more portrait lesson ideas, check out Deep Space Sparkle’s “Fun with Portraits” PDF booklet.
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