Friday, 2 August 2013

Paul Klee

Rose Garden

Dogmatic Composition

This week we learned about the Swiss artist Paul Klee, whose paintings are criticized of being very child-like and naive. We find lots of colours, shapes and ,mostly the domination of line. In fact, one of his famous quotes are: "A line is a dot which goes for a walk". We find an abundance of lines and meaningful symbols and even alphabet letters throughout his work.

The main inspiring works for this week's lesson were those shown.

You can follow this link to view more of Klee's capturing paintings: Paul Klee

This is what the kids came up with:


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