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Monstera Abstract Watercolour Project

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Monstera Abstract Watercolour Project

This Monstera Abstract Watercolour Project is a complete unit of work that asks students to use the silhouette of a monstera leaf to create a painting.  It includes the following stages:

  • Students research the work of Paul Klee and create a research page.
  • Students learn about abstract art.
  • Using monstera leaves, students create a design.
  • Watercolour techniques are applied and the colours are influenced by Paul Klee.

This download includes:

  • A 15-slide PowerPoint, pictured above, that guides your students through every step.  The images are static and the text is editable.
  • A 3-page written unit or work that includes 7 stages and lots of good advice and tips.
  • 4 Monstera leaves to create the design/composition.
  • Paul Klee Images to inspire the watercolour colour-choices.
  • An assessment rubric.  There are two versions of this resource, one with the spelling ‘colour’ and another with the spelling ‘color’.

Materials required: paper, watercolour, brushes and sea salt.

There are many more painting resources on The Arty Teacher.

Monstera Abstract Watercolour Project

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Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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  • Monstera Abstract Watercolour project.

    Good comprehensive unit. I plan to also ask my students to draw from observation to begin with as we have a monstera plants on campus.

    A great looking unit that I am looking forward to using.
    Thanks.

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    • Thank you for this helpful review. It’s great that you have monstera plants on your campus!

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