I started the school year with this project a few years ago and really liked the results. The funny Hundertwasser style eyes made it fun for the kids and the teachers loved starting the year off with art that reflected their classroom. Adding the name at the bottom is a nice idea too. I recommend liquid … Read More
I’m stilling enjoying the artwork of Friedensrich Hundertwasser, who inspired this contour drawing of a tree trunk. 1. I used a square paper and drew the outline of a tree trunk with a few finger-looking shapes pointing down. After adding a few vertical lines for definition, I made a series of curved, or “jumping” lines going … Read More
This year’s Earth Day mural honors Friedensreich Hundertwasser, an Austrian artist who believed in living life in harmony with nature. I’ve created my own composite of his art, which is full of colors and organic lines. The final measures 36″ x 48″. You can see more and purchase this mural by visiting My PDF Shop.
This is another drawing inspired by the Austrian abstract artist,Friedensreich Hundertwasser. His philosophy about nature is very reflective in his artwork, so I used his quote and love of wavy lines to jump start this journal page. 1. Draw wavy horizontal line, and then five random circles for the flower centers above it. All the centers … Read More
I’m hooked on the Vienna artist Hundertwasser, so I thought I would try combining his style with my popsicle portrait project. I think his art has a kind of layered marker look to it so it seemed like a good match. 1. It seems that Hundertwasser had a real aversion to straight lines, so I thought … Read More
A Hundertwasser style self portrait project gave my students a different approach for a back-to-school project. I love how he drew the large almond shaped eyes in his people and the abstract approach helped the students to draw themselves in a new way. Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser has an amazing life story, along with a very … Read More
I was inspired by one of Friedensreich Hundertwasser’s paintings to make this abstract landscape. Materials: • Watercolor paper • Tissue paper • White glue • Sharpie marker, black 1. I cut a wavy rectangular shape of green tissue, large enough to cover the bottom 2/3 of the paper. A 50/50 mixture of water and glue was … Read More