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Hundertwasser Art Lesson

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Elizabeth Heaton

on 21 March 2013

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Transcript of Hundertwasser Art Lesson

Objective: Create a Painting with Warm Colors Purple
Blue
Green Cool Colors Red
Orange
Yellow Warm Colors Color Wheel Friedensreich Hundertwasser His work utilized bright colors and organic shapes, and
rarely used straight lines. He loved nature and wanted to preserve it. 1. Write your name on a piece of
white paper.
2. Paint strips of warm colors on
the sheet.
When painting:
- paint in a horizontal lines
- some lines should be painted thick and others thin
- when the paint dries, repaint over the dry areas and scrape off some patterns with the wooden end of your brushes. Objective: Create a Painting with Warm Colors and a Painting with Cool Colors. 1. Write your name on two pieces of
white paper.
2. Paint strips of warm colors on one sheet.
3. Use a cool color scheme for the other painting.
When painting:
- paint in a horizontal lines
- some lines should be painted thick and others thin
- when the paint dries, repaint over the dry areas and scrape off some patterns with the wooden end of your brushes. 1. Decide if you want to use warm or cool colors in your background. Select the appropriate construction paper for the background.
2. Cut the painted sheet you will add to the background into wavy strips. Use a glue stick to attach it.
3. Create flowers and stems from the other sheet of paper. Attach them to the background with a glue stick.
4. For an extra Hundertwasser touch, use colored markers to add line and patterns. Use warm/cool colors in the corresponding places (warm with warm, cool with cool).
5. Mount your work onto black paper. In white, write:
Artist: Title: Objective: Create a Flower Collage inspired by Hundertwasser Objective: Create a Flower Collage inspired by Hundertwasser
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