Georgetown 5th grade artists explored the art of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe. Their large flower paintings in the style of O’Keeffe are beauties!
They began by identifying the art elements that O’Keeffe used to create her large “Red Poppy” painting. We discussed organic shapes, texture, line, value, color, and of course…”filling space in a beautiful way” like O’keeffe.
Their pieces are painted with tempera paints and black glue was used for line and detail.
Learning Targets: Identify art elements used in O’Keeffe’s work; retell two facts about O’Keeffe; create an art piece that fills the picture space.
Parents! Check out your 5th Grader’s flower painting at our ARTSONIA art gallery HERE!