Discover Colors in Glass
One of the most important skills painters have is the ability to see many small shapes within one large shape. In this fun art exercise, kids practice using their eyes to see multiple shapes and colors inside a water-filled glass and recreate it as a still life using colored paper. For aspiring artists, this is a helpful way to train your eyes to see more than the average eye sees!
What You Need:
- 3 8.5" x 11" or larger sheets of black paper or cardstock
- Colored paper in neutral tones: shades of gray, flesh, light yellow, and white
- Glue stick
- Clear drinking glass or wine glass with no printing
- Clamp light or lamp