The students look at the work of the early modernist Paul Klee.
We examined his method of using lines and shapes in his compositions.
I advised the students to follow Paul Klee's statement: "A line is a point taken for a walk".
The students interpreted his work by creating trees and self-portraits.
Paul Klee Small Rhythmic Landscape
The artist Paul Klee
(G3) We used rulers to draw the lines inside the tree.
The background lines were based on Paul Klee's statement: "A line is a point taken for a walk".
This student used rectangular pieces of paper to create the trunk.
I love the way he took his line for a walk.
Using scarps of paper to create the trunk.
Paul Klee often used burlap, gauze, cardboard, and metal foils to embellish his work.
This student used scraps of clay for her trunk
Paul Klee Head of Man
Paul Klee Castle and Sun
(G1) We examined the rendering of lines and shapes in Paul Klee's work.