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Avaruus pölypastilleilla

Avaruus pölypastilleilla

tree at Morton Arboretum

A yarn bombed tree at Morton Arboretum in Chicago. I love the dark mouth shapes blanket stitched on: reminds me a bit of Munch's Scream.

the art of leaving  :)

Line, shape, pattern, color. I like this idea- Klimt inspired leaves.

Great Positive Negative lesson, complete with color scheme.

Kids Artists: Autumn leaves in cubist style Visit the site for endless art projects

MaryMaking- Spooky Perspective Landscape

Teaching Perspective Teacher sample MaryMaking: One-Point Perspective Spooky Landscapes - Oil pastel for trees, chalk pastels for everything else - done with children ages 6 - 9

White crayon (or wax pencil) and black spider. Then watercolor background!

Maybe for Charlote's Web (?) Water color crayon resist artwork, an Original watercolour painting by Kirsten Bailey, but could be adapted for a children's art activity. Great for a fall wall hanging or spider picture for the fridge!