We produced some Mondrian inspired art the first week of term. It was lots of fun and so easy to do.
I love giving the children a bit of choice so I left the theme very open ended in that their artwork just needed to be at least a little Mondrian inspired (ie just use primary colours, or use black ruled lines, or use bold colours). I used the Deep Space Sparkle Mondrian elesson as inspiration for most of this lesson. Since I couldn't decide which Mondrian lesson I wanted to use I gave the children choice on what they wanted to do and just put out the supplies below.
- A3 white paper
- Coloured markers
- Black permanent markers
- Coloured Paper
- Glue sticks
- Black strips of paper
I just gave them free choice on how to use the supplies to create something Mondrian inspired.
Mondrian inspired grids:
Mondrian inspired paper projects:
Mondrian inspired animals and shapes: