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Hundertwasser Watercolor Art Project

Hundertwasser watercolor artHere is an easy art project that takes minutes to complete. After studying Friedensreich Hundertwasser, and creating a colorful collage, some of my fifth grade students finished early. Instead of doing random free-choice art, I handed them a small piece of watercolor paper (9″ x 12″), some colored waterproof markers and a pan of watercolor paints. If you don’t have watercolor paper, don’t worry. Use regular drawing paper.

 

Hundertwasser for kidsI didn’t offer a formal set of instruction since we just covered Hundertwasser the week prior. But I did suggest they draw what inspired them the most about Hundertwasser’s art. Students didn’t need any more than that to start their drawings. If you need a bit more inspiration, check out my Hundertwasser Art Project from last month.

I love these quick bursts of creative expression…

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    3 Comments

  1. it must be hundertwasser season! my kiddos are working on some hundertwassers themselves!

    Joanna

    November 7, 2011

  2. These are lovely pictures and it makes me so excited as I visited Vienna in 2010 and saw all those paintings at the Hundertwasser galery! Actually my Crafty kids painted the colourful cats I saw there! I wish I could ad a photo!

    Amanda le Roux

    December 26, 2011

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