Made by a studenty of grade3
- drawing sheet A4 size
- tempera paint in red, yellow, blue and black
- jar with water
Ton Schulten (1938) is a Dutch painter living in Ootmarsum. After his work as a graphic designer, he decides in 1989 to try to make a living as a painter. His main inspiration is the open landscape of Twente (a part of Holland): an open landscape divided in parts by hedges and hedgerows, looking like a stage with curtains.
Painting like Ton Schulten in lower classes can be done, but you have to keep it simple. Show artworks from Ton Schulten and discuss them.
- his use of colours
- the 'curtains' on the sides
- simple shapes
- divided in rectangles
The students divide the sheet of drawing paper in 24 squares (4 by 6). With the primary colours yellow, red and blue and the mixed colours, they paint the squares. Each colour may be used just three times. If the work is dry, paint simple houses across the dividing lines with a small brush and black paint.