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  • Artist Pinwheels
    Jamie TaskerJulie ShahanWhitney WedelMatthew GeorgeHeather Hansen
  • Jackson Pollock
    Painted in an abstract manner
    Used “drip and splash” style
    Affixed canvas on floor or wall instead of an easel
  • Vincent Van Gogh
    Forerunner of Expressionism
    Used small blots to create art
    Motion is portrayed in his art
  • Georgia O’Keeffe
    Precisionism
    Depicted objects realistically
    Focused on geometric shapes
  • Mondrian
    Neoplasticism
    Painted in a square, geometric, manner
    Focused on primary colors
  • OP Art
    Optical Illusions
    Magic Eye
    Sometimes appear to be moving
  • Step-by-Step Directions
    Jamie TaskerJulie ShahanWhitney WedelMatthew GeorgeHeather Hansen
  • Cut paper into a 6 inch by 6 inch square.
  • Draw an X on the paper using a pencil.
  • After drawing the X, the paper should look like this.
  • Trace the X 2/3 of the way down towards the center using a Sharpie marker.
  • After tracing with the Sharpie marker, the paper should look like this.
  • Paint the back of the paper using Jackson Pollock’s style as an inspiration.
  • This is another example of how the back could be painted.
  • Continue painting each triangle using a different artist as an inspiration.
  • Continue painting each triangle using a different artist as an inspiration.
  • Continue painting each triangle using a different artist as an inspiration.
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    After the art on the pinwheel is completed, use scissors to cut down the Sharpie lines on each corner.
  • Gather every other corner on the pinwheel.
  • Push the pushpin through the pinwheel and the straw. Attach an earring back to the pinwheel in order to secure the pinwheel to the straw.