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Gustav Klimt Inspired Art Project - Inspired by The Birch Forest, this craft was made Q-tips

Gustav Klimt Inspired Art Project - Inspired by The Birch Forest, this craft was made Q-tips

Introduce your kids to art history and encourage them to have a go at some of the techniques used by famous artists. Fun for kids of all ages.

38 Awesome Art Projects for Kids Inspired by Famous Artists

Introduce your kids to art history and encourage them to have a go at some of the techniques used by famous artists. Fun for kids of all ages.

This would be a fun activity to incorporate recycled bottles of different sizes…

Bright and beautiful water bottle flower painting in preschool

This would be a fun activity to incorporate recycled bottles of different sizes…

poppies in perspective-1st Grade- easier just painting "blobs" for poppies instead of drawing-Foreground, middleground, background

poppies in perspective-1st Grade- easier just painting "blobs" for poppies instead of drawing-Foreground, middleground, background

Art Projects for Kids | Make a textured Jim Dine Heart. #jimdine

Jim Dine Textured Heart

pinwheels for peace project with introduction to 5 abstract artists/art forms and 5 techniques great start of year project- watercolor washes, opaque watercolor technique (staying inside lines), pointillism, op art, pollock, modrian, monet (I think)

pinwheels for peace project with introduction to 5 abstract artists/art forms and 5 techniques great start of year project- watercolor washes, opaque watercolor technique (staying inside lines), pointillism, op art, pollock, modrian, monet (I think)

I've seen this project done a few different ways by a few different art teachers and thought I'd give it a try.  It is a quick, two day lesson.  We started with 2 pieces of construction paper (any color of their choice) in a 9x12 size.  We made concentric hearts on each of them using different colors for each page and trying to make them close to the same size.  Second day, we cut the papers up, wove them together, and finally added a little splatter paint action for the finishing touch!

I've seen this project done a few different ways by a few different art teachers and thought I'd give it a try. It is a quick, two day lesson. We started with 2 pieces of construction paper (any color of their choice) in a 9x12 size. We made concentric hearts on each of them using different colors for each page and trying to make them close to the same size. Second day, we cut the papers up, wove them together, and finally added a little splatter paint action for the finishing touch!

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