Tuesday, August 17, 2010

O'Keeffe Paintings

For Drop-in-Art this past weekend at the OKCMOA I had museum guests and members create flower paintings using Georgia O'Keeffe as our inspiration. To get everyone started I had a variety of flowers on a table for people to choose and take to their workstation. Using the flower to study detail they lightly sketched then painted their O'Keeffe inspired paintings. I encouraged people to work large, and to create a background for their flower as well.

For this you will need:
-watercolor paper
-paint (we used Crayola washable)
-brushes
-pencil

Here are some of our creations from all ages. They turned out beautiful! So happy to share these with you!

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3 comments:

Artsy Teacher said...

Beautiful!

Ash said...

These paintings are wonderful. Amazing what can inspire and how great these turned out. thanks out sharing.

AmyC said...

I love these....it might be my favorite project you have done with the walk in art group yet....they are all great!