It might be fun to try some of the other artists listed and see if there
are online plans too.
Paul Klee Lesson:
I have done Klee's "Head of a Man"
(http://www.artofeurope.com/klee/kle1.htm) with second graders. We used
crayon resist for the faces - with watercolor wash over (sort of robot like
faces - in geometric shapes) - mainly warm colors. The students used
tempera paint for the negative space around the head. The objective of the
lesson was to show emotion/expressions and to use warm colors (related
Vincent Van Gogh Lesson:
1st Grade. Students created their own "Starry Night" - Crayon resist- Blue
and purple water color wash over crayon drawing.
Cubish portraits - cut paper collage.
Pablo Picasse: K-1
Peace - Hands around flowers - mixed media - trace their own hands - cut
out to hold flowers.
Archimboldo - collage faces with magazine cut outs - see Bunki Kramer's