Studying Georgia O’Keeffe

Studying Georgia O’Keeffe gives pupils another opportunity to explore how colours make one feel. Which is pretty much what she did with the larger than life, vibrantly coloured flower paintings that she is largely remembered for. Tate Kids gives children the...

Studying Van Gogh

Studying Van Gogh gives children an opportunity to experiment with a very specific “wavy” artistic style. The very well know starry night paintings are good examples of this style and have such wonderful skies that lots of children will want to try them out. Tate Kids...

Studying Hockney

  Studying Hockney gives children the ideal opportunity to try creating art on a tablet!  David Hockney is a very modern artist and loves creating pictures on his iPad. Tatekids ‘Who is David Hockney?’ is an interesting article exploring a few of his...

Studying Matisse

Studying Matisse, even for the youngest children offers a great opportunity to learn how to use scissors and bright colours, whilst making collages. The Snail has been replicated many thousands of times in infant classrooms; though I have to admit, I never knew there...

Studying Picasso

Studying Picasso gives children an introduction to cubism and offers fun with abstract drawing and painting. Tate Kids has an introduction to the works of Pablo Picasso, taking a look at three different images. Ducksters offers a short biography, assigning his art...