Paul Klee was a European abstract artist who lived at the same time as Wassily Kandinsky in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Much of his art is very childlike and therefore easy to imitate. He loved bright colors and simple shapes.
The Groom's Arrival looks like it was created with one long continuous like plus a few circles and ovals. Inspired by Art Projects for Kids, we used the same technique to create pictures of people.
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In conjunction with creating Paul Klee drawings, we read the book Paul Klee (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists). I highly recommend this artist/musician series.
This is the first post in a three project series imitating the art of Paul Klee.
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