Kindergarten students learned about the artist Wassily Kandinsky this spring.
Students cut out a series of circles of various colors.
Students layered their circles in a concentric manner from largest to smallest.
Everyone glued their circles onto a square piece of construction paper.
After completing their concentric circles, students combined their squares together to create a collaborative piece of artwork in the manner of Kandinsky.
“I applied streaks and blobs of colours onto the canvas with a palette knife and I made them sing with all the intensity I could…” Wassily Kandinsky
Here are some examples of the students’ artwork: