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Piet Mondrian's work show us the importance of focusing on what's truly important. So here're 10 Piet Mondrian projects for kids to get inspired from!

Piet Mondrian's work show us the importance of focusing on what's truly important. So here're 10 Piet Mondrian projects for kids to get inspired from!

Mondrian Art Project for Kids - The Crafty Classroom

Our Mondrian Art Project for Kids is perfect to teach art in the classroom. It's easy and free! Kids will love their Mondrian masterpiece & will proudly display their beautiful artwork on glass.

What Caught My Eye: Mondrian Edition – Hopewell's Public Library of Life

Portrait Source All images Piet Mondrian works [Public domain] via Wikicommons This week a curated list–all items in the style of early 20th century Dutch abstract painter Piet Mondrian. I…

Famous Artists II: Mondrian | Studio Sprout Santa Cruz

Mondrian was fabous for his black grid work filled with squares and rectangles in bold primary colors. We had a blast recreating his work in our own way. I

Inspired by Mondrian: Art for Kids - The Imagination Tree

Create a beautiful collage inspired by the colourful work of artist Piet Mondrian! We are thrilled to be joining forces with Red Ted Art, Imagination Soup, Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas , Creative With Kids and Tinkerlab on a new, bi-monthly art activity celebration. Kids Get Arty will celebrate the work of real artists in...Read More »

Mondrian for kids Boogie Woogie Broadway art project class

It's that time again for a wonderful bi-monthly series from Red Ted Art called Kids Get Arty. We participated last month with a craft that kept on giving, our Kandinsky Jello Art. You would think the jello would

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Mondrian-Inspired Art Projects

I got the idea for this project from Sheila Wilkins, Sunset Hill Elementary School. I saw the Mondrian Boogie Woogie project in their Artsonia gallery (check it out, they have a lot of great ideas!) You can read more about Piet Mondrian here: http://www.pietmondrian.org// This was a Kindergarten project. First, I showed the students a PowerPoint about Mondrian. We described, analyzed, interpreted, and judged the artwork. We focused on the elements used to make the composition: lines, shapes…