P6 study Kandinsky
Primary 6 have been learning about Kandinsky. He pretty much invented abstract art back in the early 1900’s and his, “Study of Abstract Squares” is a fun painting to imitate. Using oil pastels Primary 6 made a circle in the middle of each square and filled it in. Then they gradually added rings of different colours around it, some thick and some thin until they reached the edge of the square. The corners were filled in as needed. They discovered that slow, solid colouring looked much better than quick scribbles.