May Flower Challenge – Abstract Flowers

Today’s May Flower Challenge activity was drawing some abstract flowers, inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe. We got the idea from Kinderart.

The boys drew one flower each – one in cool colours; one in warm colours. Here are Gman’s:

g abstract flower warmg abstract flower cool

Here are Waif’s:

r abstract flower coolr abstract flower warm

Mine is in cool colours. I only did one, cos someone had to make the lunch 🙂

v abstract flower

Do pop over to Lori Moon’s blog and see what other May Flower Challenge participants have been up to!

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10 thoughts on “May Flower Challenge – Abstract Flowers

  1. deborahvelasquez says:

    Should get my kids involved, thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Mary says:

    Some really cool flowers…great job everyone! 😀

  3. Love your flowers, everyone. I also love that you did them in 2 different color schemes. Great idea!

  4. Janet says:

    Love all the flowers! Great job!

  5. Such interesting lines, color combinations, and perspectives! These flower- drawings pop with energy!

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