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Picasso’s Rose Period Hearts



Roses are red, Picasso was blue
We love learning about Picasso and would like to show you!


With Valentine’s Day just around the corner,
I thought I would re-post one of my favorite projects.

My little artists created various projects inspired by Picasso’s Rose Period.  
Picasso painted with blue paint for 4 years until he met a wonderful lady, fell in love and started using pinks, reds and roses!

First, students folded a large piece of paper, with a pencil created half a heart, cut it out, traced upon previously painted 18 x 24 sheets of tagboard. These tag boards are placemats when we paint with tempera paint.
 It took about 40 minutes to complete 2 large hearts.

One student created an abstract heart inspired by Picasso’s cubism!

 These were created by students in my art club.
 I never have to explain in depth

the directions, I just tell them to create fun designs with paint. They are wonderful students who love to create fantastic projects. This is why I love to teach!

Enjoy!

Laura 

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4 Comments

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    barbarasthoughtoftheday
    January 9, 2014 at 2:27 am

    Sweetheart of a Picasso project. I imagine the kids LOVED it.

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    Cassie Stephens
    January 12, 2014 at 12:34 am

    Love this idea! I just might have to give this a go with my kindergarten-town. So colorful, you are seriously The Best 🙂

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    mammaemamme
    February 5, 2014 at 8:27 pm

    wonderful project indeed. have to try with my kids this Valentine's day. thanks for the idea

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    Elli Michalakea
    February 9, 2014 at 11:51 am

    thanks very nice idea ill work this week .elli

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