This is a piece created by the abstract artist, Paul Klee. It was our inspiration for our cityscapes that Visual Arts Exploratory students painted!
If you notice in the picture above, Klee used many geometric shapes and created a city that was more abstract. Students were to create a city that was made of mostly geometric shapes such as triangles, squares, circles and such. This painting was right after students learned about Color Theory and certain color schemes such as: primary, secondary, triadic, complementary, and neutral.
Each student got to chose the color scheme that they used to paint their abstract, Klee-like cityscapes.
They turned out to be SO beautiful and I love how they look all displayed together!!
Some were even displayed in the library! We got so many compliments!