Birds in a Garden

In this painting studio, Little Artists learned about proportion, repetition and overlap. IMG_2942 IMG_2943

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Drawing from a perspective of a bird walking through a flower garden artists had to think about what its like to be the size of a bird.  What would it look like if I was a bird standing in a garden?  Is the ground flat or bumpy in a garden?  What objects are bigger than a bird? What objects are smaller than a bird?

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Artists drew a family of birds and insects in the foreground and grass and flowers in the background while learning how objects can overlap one another.

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Our ink drawings were then painted with vibrant watercolor and acrylic paint. Practicing to use the right size of brush  for small spaces and cutting large object in with our brush was tricky but we did it!

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See You at the Next Studio!