Piet Mondrian was known for white canvas with horizontal and vertical lines, and rectangular shapes filled with primary colors. There are so many ways to explore the art process of line and color, we’ve come up with a couple of different ways you can make Mondrian reminiscent worksof art in your classroom
- White Paper, Black Marker, Colored Pens, Construction Paper Shapes, Mondrian Art Card
Suggest Resources for a Unit Study:
Art Project Tutorial:
Use a ruler to make vertical lines on your paper with your black pen
Make some horizontal lines on your paper as well.
Continue making lines and sectioning off your paper in an uneven grid.
Pick up a pack of sticky back foam shapes (Dollar Tree) and let children fill in the grid.
Simply use a red, blue, and yellow marker to fill in the different squares.
Cut a variety of shapes from Red, Yellow, and Blue paper. Glue the to the paper in a grid. Then draw your black lines over and around the shapes.