Painting with Scissors - Exploring Matisse Cutouts
The first preschool reproduction in our Exploring Art History series... Painting with Scissors, inspired by Matisse cutouts!
Make Matisse Murals with Kids
The more I look at Matisse's artwork, the more it really speaks to me. I love his vibrant colors and the way his artwork expresses such movement. Around this time last year, Chuck and I made Matisse Collages from construction paper. We had such fun making them together... that I thought we could take it to the next level... wall murals! Making Matisse Murals with Kids This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support! Yup. We made ourselves Matisse mural. The idea was inspired…
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Matisse Cut Out. #matisse #cutouts This last art of Matisse's long and productive career shows how even when we're old, we can still create joyful work. So inspirational.
The ImaginationBox Blog, creative art projects and printables at your fingertips
Would you like to be more creative with your kids? This lively blog is packed full of classroom and family-friendly art & craft projects for children of all ages.
Art for Kids: Fun with Matisse
Using the work of a specific artist as inspiration can be a fun activity with budding young creatives. Recently, I’ve become quite involved with paper cutting as an art form and consequently have a large box full of colorful paper scraps, just waiting to be used. We ran across two books covering the later works …
Three Surprises from MoMa's Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs - Decor Arts Now
MoMa's show of Henri Matisse's Cut-Outs (his paper collages) was a blockbuster--here are 3 surprises learned on first hand inspection.
Refreshing greens for a summer day... Above: Sonia Delaunay, watercolor on paper, 1924 Above: Henri Matisse "Trivaux Pond" 1916/1917, Collection of the Tate Museum Above: Henri Matisse "Seated Nude" 1925, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz Above: Richard Serra "Untitled" 1971, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz Above: by Lucio Fontana, Concept Spatiale. Above: Via bldgspace Above: Henri Matisse "Laurette in a Green Robe (Black Background)", 1916, Metropolitan Museum…