A funny thing happened at my daughter’s preschool last week. One of the teachers mentioned to me that my daughter talks to her about all of the crafts that we do at home. She said to me in a very puzzled voice that my daughter was telling her about Kandinsky. This made me smile. I gave her a little lesson on Kandinsky last month and then did an art project with her inspired by his works. She remembered it well and when she sees circles now, she observes that they look like a Kandinsky. We did the same with Jackson Pollock last month & this weekend we learned about one of my personal favorites, Andy Warhol.
Here is me and my buddy Andy at Madame Tussauds wax museum in New York.
As usual, I explained to her a little about Mr. Warhol’s work and showed her some of his famous works. With Easter coming I used his inspiration to make a couple of printable sheets for painting or coloring.
I showed my daughter how bright and colorful his art was & that each section was painted in different colors. She was excited to dive in.
She did a fantastic job and was very excited about how bright & pretty it came out.
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