J really enjoyed our exploration into Mondrian back in May and we have had our Mondrian stained glass window on display in our dinning room ever since. It seems that having the art on display inspires J and he asked to make a “Coloured Rectangle Sticky Art” and pointed to our picture on the window.
What you need to make A Mondrian Sticky Art
White (PVA) glue
Black construction Paper
How you make A Mondrian Sticky Art
We used white card as our background paper as I have learnt that Toddler and preschool gluing means that excessive glue gets used which white paper can’t normally handle so card works best for us for sticky pictures. I cut up some black paper into strips which J then glued on the page to make a rectangle (I did make sure that we had 2 long pieces and 2 shorter pieces) and then he added some more to create rectangles within in.
We then cut up some tissue paper into small squares and rectangles (well I did as I am yet to get hold of some children’s scissors that are safe for J to use). J loves gluing, he is getting a dab hand at using the glue spreaders as well and now requests them over paint brushes – he even has requested to do painting with them (watch out for that coming up).
Using the grid J liked to “colour in” the rectangles and decided which colour each rectangle would be. He worked on putting a few pieces of tissue paper into each rectangle first and then added more to each until he was finished.
It has been great exploring Mondrian with J – I’m really looking forward to Red Ted Art’s next month Exploring the Great Artists and J and I have been looking at a new artist to post about.
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