Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Here are a few examples of Mondrian style paintings from Mrs. Penrod's and Mrs. Richins' classes. In these classes, we used a white paper as the background. Then the students used a pencil and ruler to plan out the lines, tempera paint for the primary colors only, then black crayons and markers to darken the pencil lines. The effect is slightly different, but the end result is still beautiful!