“Fish Magic” by Paul

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“Fish Magic” by Paul KleeOil & watercolour varnished; 1925

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Paul Klee

Born in Switzerland (1879-1940)Paintings are difficult to classify (associated with Cubism, Expressionism, Surrealism & Abstraction)Works were often small in sizeUsed geometric shapes, letters, numbers and arrows, and combined them with figures of animals and peopleIncluded references to poetry, music and dreams; sometimes included words or musical notationWorked in isolation from his peers, interpreting new art trends in his own wayUsed a variety of media (oil, tempera, watercolour, ink, pastel, canvas, linen, burlap, cardboard…)Taught at Bauhaus school of art, design & architecture; was an effective teacher of colour theory & colour mixingSuffering from scleroderma, but encouraged by a visit from Picasso & Kandinsky, he created 1200 works in 1939

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retrieved May 2012 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Klee

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Works by Paul Klee

Fortress

and Sun; date unknown

Red Balloon;

Oil on muslin; 1922

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Works by Paul Klee

Highways & Byways

; Oil on canvas; 1929

Around the Fish

; Oil & Tempera; 1926

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Works by Paul Klee

Twittering Machine; Mixed Media; 1922

After the Flood; 1936

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Images retrieved May 2012 from http://teachkidsart.blogspot.ca/

Underwater Fantasy

Inspired by Paul Klee

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Image & Lesson retrieved May 2012

from http://teachkidsart.blogspot.ca/

Underwater FantasyInspired by Paul Klee

Using

a black crayon or oil pastel, draw an underwater scene on your paper

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Add some

things that you wouldn't normally find underwater.... a clock, flowers, people, etc

.

Lay

some squares of "bleeding" art tissue on your

paper; use

paint brush to apply water

on

top of the tissue

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Repeat #

3, covering as much or as little of your paper with color as you like. Use plenty of water so your tissue will "bleed"!

5

. Set aside to dry.

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Artist’s Clean-Up

Artworks to drying spaceWipe/dry hands & return all leftover tissue paperRecycle newspaperWash brush and store properly (bristles up!)Wash handsSketchbooks

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