Tuesday, October 18, 2011


Permanent marker and watercolor documentation. Fall is a great time to be thinking about line, pattern, texture, and color. Below are a set of photos from our 4 and 5-year old class and their first foray into documentation-type drawing. 

Upon arrival, we asked the children to choose a gourd to draw using
a black permanent marker.

Beyond that initial "ask," we only reminded them that they did not have to worry
about coloring in the colors because they would be painting it later.
We brought the gourds in later to display for the painting session.

In this case, we were using liquid (Colorations) water colors.

The colors of Autumn.
Vines and leaves take shape.
All four gourds take shape.

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