The second crayon resist project was an introduction to non-representational art (abstract). We talked about how the various artists (Paul Klee, Kandinsky) created designs by overlapping and arranging the element of Shape and Line. The students traced and overlapped various shapes to make a design. I encouraged them to turn it upside down and rotate the artwork until they were satisfied with the composition.
The last class we added the wash. Pretty basic, just half a cup of water with a few drops of tempura paint! This was a good starter as the students were able to combine technical skills with imaginative elements for their final products! Enjoy!