Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Winter Landscapes

Spring has sprung, but I had to share paintings created by my 5th graders. Some of them had the chance to expand on a color theory unit by creating these beautiful winter landscape paintings. The background was produced by mixing various tints of a single color, creating the snow covered hills and the sky. We then talked about aerial perspective, and how objects in the front of the picture plane are larger than ones further back. Students then added some winter objects and painted them in silhouette. Final touches were added by creating snow falling and covering surfaces of things like roofs, tree branches etc. Enjoy!






 


 


3 comments:

Frank Meuschke said...

Great! The one I linked below has really interesting sense of space.

https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-B5avzbUZPFg/VvaTFKjdU8I/AAAAAAAAANw/5XnadAD15CA5FM0ZW5rdztFYYykgcfMCw/s1600/snotintsix-lores.jpg

artsublessons said...

These turned out really nicely.

Linda said...

They are all beautiful!