I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.
- Joan Miró
In the midst of Halloween prep crazy, a vision appeared. A stacked, recycled, open-ended sculpture project painted in a tight, bold palette ala Maestro Miró. So I dropped the pumpkins and face paint and dashed off to bring you a new project that is not tied to any season... well, maybe the eternal season that I live and love: GOOD, BOLD ART.
WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL HERE!
Miró inspired shape printables (see form below)
Recycled odds and ends: plastic pieces, cardboard, paper cups, lids, collage scraps
Cardboard tubes - TP and paper towel length
Acrylic and/or tempera paint (we used red, deep blue green, golden yellow, black, white, navy, pale blue, periwinkle)
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