Piet Mondrian is a Dutch artist known for his abstract paintings, Especially this painting
Titled “Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow”
Piet Mondrian began his artistic work as a regular old run of the mill artist who painted realistic landscapes or fruit in the bowl, but as he grew as an artist his work evolved until it was purely abstract versions of modern reality. His most famous pieces reflect his belief that objects should be broken down to their elemental parts to show us their true energy. So many of his paintings feature horizontal and vertical lines using only black, white and primary colors to create his statement. Two of Paintings “New York City 1”, and “Composition London” are clear examples of that.
The Anniversary of his Birth happens on March 7th, so let’s celebrate his contribution to the world of art by creating a version of his most famous artwork that I’m sure he would be proud of.
Composition Red, Yellow and Blue Canvas Art
Using only a canvas and your primary colour paints you can create this wonderfully easy piece of art that is sure to brighten up any room.
Composition Red, Yellow and Blue Suncatcher Art
Add a little sun shining colour to your windows by creating this simple suncatcher to catch all those bright rays
Don’t forget to take a picture of your Craft and tag us on Instagram @kreativekidswpg