Ready for the perfect mix of fun and exciting processes that ALSO results in a gorgeous final art product? Well then let me introduce you to my “Printed Petals” lesson. Inspired by the legendary artist Pablo Picasso and his print titled “Bouquet of Peace”, this engaging lesson is designed for students in grades K-3 and will delve into the fascinating world of printmaking techniques.
Students will explore concepts such as line, shape, texture, symmetry, and balance while creating a stunning flower bouquet art project. They will learn how to use unexpected products and materials to create their own unique and stunning prints, allowing their creativity to bloom.
With step-by-step demonstration photos, students will discover the joy of experimenting with various printmaking techniques to bring their flower bouquets to life. From stamping with found objects to create textured prints, to additive and subtractive printing techniques, students will unlock their artistic potential while gaining a deeper appreciation for the work of Pablo Picasso.
This art lesson offers a perfect blend of creativity, hands-on learning, literacy connections, and art history exploration. Catering to different learning styles, it encourages artistic expression, fine motor skill development, and critical thinking.
Prepare to witness your students’ imaginations blossom as they embark on this captivating artistic journey! Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to nurture their artistic talents while having a blast.
The digital pdf for this lesson includes:
- Lesson Objectives
- Vocabulary List
- National Standards
- Supplies needed for the project
- Artist background info on Pablo Picasso
- Step-by-Step Photo of the lesson from beginning to end with detailed explanation for each step.
- Helpful tips & tricks for teacher to share with students
- 5 Book recommendations to pair with the lesson
- PDF of additive and subtractive Flower Designs
- Completed student examples for reference
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