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Waterlily cuff Inspiration : Famous painting from Monet "Water lily pond" Design : Selecting combination of the colors and tones in 3 shades Color : If you like red tone, it can go with yellow, orange, and red. In this case, I used blue tone, blue, green, and purple because my rubber background is white. I used white background as it represents clear water.

tape bridge/path. sponge paint- or green areas. do traingle fo large trees.They start with yellow, then green, then blue for shadow areas, especially in the trees. sky, first white, then blue, leaving some areas white for cloud shapes .The flower painting is done with Q tips

Monet lesson plan. Paint a blue, purple and or green wash of watered down acrylic paint) onto the paper. Lily pads from green tissue paper in the shape of an oval; purple, yellow, pinks and white wrapped around the eraser end of a pencil to make flowers.

Materials needed: Note: all of these materials can be found at most craft and hobby stores 9″ x 12″ Gessobord (or primed hardboard) Acrylic craft paints (purple, white, mint green and slate blue) Water soluble crayons (blue and green) 2-step crackle glaze Willow or vine charcoal


Skye Monet Waterfall Rug (5'2 x 7'7) by Alexander Home

Inspired by the beauty of contemporary watercolor paintings, the Skye Monet Rug from Egypt is power loomed of 100-percent polypropylene, which will remain colorful for years to come.

SILHOUETTE IN THE NIGHT: Created this using acrylic blues/whites/blacks, Don't worry if the colours of the background aren't quite right or how you want it to be because just get a LITTLE bit of water (preferably in that colour) and merge them together and you'll soon have the desired effect. Use a tiny bit of VERY LIGHT yellow in the center of the 'moon' to make it clearer. F

It was really cool to see that the students transfered learning from paint to clay. Students were given only white, yellow, blue and red clay - all the secondary and ternary colors you see here - were created by the artist!