Drawing with Scissors

This month, we have been studying the life and work of Henri Matisse, and today we have had a go at some Matisse inspired collage – or “drawing with scissors”. From top to bottom (mine, Gman’s & Waif’s – RJAM are Waif’s initials, in case you were wondering, and that’s him doing some disco dancing ;-))

matisse style

matisse style

matisse style

These are certainly going to brighten the place up!

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4 thoughts on “Drawing with Scissors

  1. They really pop with colour!

  2. These came out great. I just watched a documentary on him over the weekend. 🙂 I may see if mine want to do a similar dort of challenge…a good idea for introducing them to different artists.

  3. These came out great. I just watched a documentary on him over the weekend. 🙂 I may see if mine want to do a similar sort of challenge…a good idea for introducing them to different artists.

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