This project shows him how to create a Picasso-inspired, 3-D mask! He'll experiment just like the master, adding in vivid colors and wild patterns as he sees fit.
Ancient Greek vases were not only utilitarian, they were also visual works of art. Jump into ancient cultures by decorating your own vase in the classic Greek style.
Learn about Andy Warhol and his famous portraits with your child by creating your own self-portrait in his trademark style.
Make your own architectural masterpiece with supplies from the pantry. Your temple may not be quite as impressive as the real thing, but it'll be twice as delicious!
Kids learn about pointillism as they make their own self-portrait in the style of famed American artist Chuck Close.
Show your child how to paint in true Georgia O'Keeffe style. He'll enjoy painting art inspired by a master, and boost his math skills, too.
Check out this activity that has your kid create her own Cubist montage. Soon your kid will be well on her way to understanding the vibrant art of Cubism!
This is great project for those artistically inclined kids who are always looking for something new to try.
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