We looked at Wassily Kandinsky's Color Study: Squares with Concentric Circles and noticed that Kandinsky used both warm and cool colors to paint the concentric circles.
Students drew their own concentric circles. We noticed that Kandinsky's circles are not perfect circles, so ours don't have to be perfect, either! Using their previous experience with primary and secondary colors, students mixed their own secondary colors and painted alternating warm and cool colors to create a pattern.
Take a look at our Kandinsky inspired concentric circles on the bulletin board in the connector hallway!
|Wassily Kandinsky, Color Study: Squares with Concentric Circles (1913)|