Here is another example of process art. This idea is adpated from MaryAnn Kohl's fabulous Preschool Art book.
This project is a little messy, but so enjoyable to create! My little artist was very serious about this one. He may look unhappy in some of the photos, but he is just concentrating!
Set-up: Put a large piece of paper on an even larger cookie sheet and set up cups with diluted tempera paint. Add a spoon to each cup. Keep a wet rag handy for any accidental spills!
Let your child drip, drip, drop, drip paint all over the paper. Keep dripping and keep dropping!
The next part includes tilting the pan! Twist the cookie sheet all around so the paint can RUN AWAY! Simon also wanted to blow on some of the paint. Totally acceptable. This is process art.
So beautiful! Amazing process; amazing art; amazing artist!
Simon loved this. I think any little person (or big!) would.
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Yeah! I think it looks mighty fun!
And his art is as good as many modern pieces I’ve seen. 😉
Renee K says
Thank you for the cookie sheet idea, I wouldn’t of thought of it. I have been blessed by your blog and with Homeschoolshares. Thanks for all your hardwork you put into it.
I would like to also pass on a Lovely Blog Award to you. You can stop by my blog to pick it up. You truely encouraging to the homeschool community.
What a great idea! I have Kohl’s book, but I haven’t tried this one yet. You have inspired me.
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