Kindergarten students studied the work of Wassily Kandinsky.
Wassily Kandinsky was one of the greatest pioneers of abstract art.
We looked at his work and we discussed how to him, art was a means of expression
in which what one actually sees and what one feels are blended. In this first phase of the Kandinsky project, students studied the use of his colors and created colorful compositions.
Squares with Concentric Rings 1913
Composition VIII 1923
Blue Mountain 1908-09
Students used pencils to draw their design.
They used a variety of water colors to complete their compositions.
This student concentrated in drawing and coloring "the little chicken" in
the lower left side of Kandinsky's composition.
Graceful Ascent 1934