In this Drawing and Painting Studio, Little Artists learned about the famous artist, Frank Stella, who has a current exhibit at the De Young Museum of his larger than life metal sculptures and his more known minimalistic and colorful arching paintings. Focusing on his more popular works from the 60′s, artists began to see the cominalities that run through all his lithograph prints, as well as his sculptures. Artists took these art elements and design (color, shape, line and form) to create their own work. Our younger group created watercolor and acrylic paintings while our older group made windows kites using vellum paper, colored papers and three wooden, 12-inch transparent circular window kites, like Jacob-Hashimoto’s famous installation work. The three finished circular panels can be hung vertically together, to be hung on a wall or in a window to show off the colors.
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