Art for Kids, The Hague

Drawing, painting and 3D art work

NeoPopRealism project

This week our lesson is inspired by NeoPopRealist artist Nadia Russ.

First we practiced drawing different kinds of lines as a warm up exercise. They then drew a variety of patterns using the different kinds of lines (and shapes) we practiced.

Next they drew a simple animal of their choice, divided it up into sections, added patterns and then color to the background.

Lesson plan objectives:

Vocabulary development: shape, pattern, repetition, border and unity.

Think about how to create unity in a picture.

Example: Repeating similar shapes in different parts of your picture is one way to create unity. Strategic use of color is another!

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One comment on “NeoPopRealism project

  1. brendon
    November 18, 2014

    Love these neopoprealist drawings, great job! This slideshow shows the imagination level of every little artist. And some works are very powerful.

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