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Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
Nielsen surrealism ppt_miro
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  • 1. Joan Miro“My father was very realistic … if I said the sky was purple, he made fun of me, which threw me into a rage.”
  • 2. About Miro …• This Spanish artist painted a world of wondrous creatures that seem to dance before our eyes.
  • 3. About Miro …• He got his ideas for his pictures by remembering his family’s farm.
  • 4. About Miro …• He was inspired by plants, animals, and insects he saw there.
  • 5. About Miro …• Rather than paint them exactly as they look, Miro invented all kinds of colorful creatures.
  • 6. About Miro …• Miro loved to paint flowing curvy shapes.
  • 7. Joan Miro paintings
  • 8. Let’s analyze …•Can you find a creature that seems to be made from a guitar and has a circle for a head?• Find a creature that is coming out of a box. It has two colored wings, one yellow and one boxblue. It has black antennae and two tiny black arms.
  • 9. Let’s analyze …•Look for two creatures in the front ofthe picture.
  • 10. Let’s analyze …•They have striped bodies and curvyarms.
  • 11. Let’s analyze …•What do you think they aredoing?
  • 12. Let’s analyze …•Notice the ladder.
  • 13. Let’s analyze …•What do you see as youclimb to the top of it?
  • 14. Make up a title …•What are all these crazy creatures doing?
  • 15. Let’s make our own Miro paintings Follow these directions …
  • 16. Directions:•For this lesson wewill begin with awhite sheet of paperand crayons.
  • 17. Directions:•Draw plants,animals, and insectsin a Miro-like garden.
  • 18. Directions:•Press firmly on yourcrayon when drawing.(You will see whysoon!)
  • 19. Directions:•When you think youare done with this part,go to next step...
  • 20. Directions:•Use the watercolor paintand paint gently over yourcrayon drawings.
  • 21. Directions:•Follow all of Mrs.Churchs “How toPaint” rules!!!
  • 22. Directions:•Let it dry and glue it to acolorful sheet ofconstruction paper.

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