Van Gogh’s Sunflower Mural
Van Gogh’s Sunflower Mural

Vincent Van Gogh painted a total of seven versions of his famous sunflower painting. But for all their amazing vibrant color, no one would buy them until after his death. … Read More

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Finish the Fall Leaf
Finish the Fall Leaf

Not everyone has access to real fall leafs for some finish-the-shape drawing practice. I’ve created a book of templates so that anyone can try this all year round. Both sides … Read More

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Draw Dinos and Dragons
Draw Dinos and Dragons

Here’s a collection of 20 dinosaurs and dragons in my latest step-by-step Drawing Book. Included are easy diagrams on how to draw: • Diplodocus • Mastodon • Megalodon • Parasour … Read More

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Giant Loose Leaf
Giant Loose Leaf

You can make a GIANT size sheet of ruled school paper that is fun for quick art shows, bulletin boards or many other activities. Just print the pages, cut and … Read More

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Recycled Art Journal Book 2
Recycled Art Journal Book 2

I am happy to make my second set of Recycled Art Journal projects available in this new ebook. Each project is designed for the 6″ x 9″ format (see Recycled Art … Read More

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Recycled Art Journal Book 1
Recycled Art Journal Book 1

Here is a collection of my first 12 art lessons I created for my  Recycled Art Journal Project. The home made journals are created from: • 6″ x 9″ rectangles … Read More

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Line Art Portraits
Line Art Portraits

It’s fun to complete a painted face with just black and white lines. It also gives students practice making detailed lines, and is a great example of contrast when complete. … Read More

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Mini Animal Murals
Mini Animal Murals

This mini mural set is made of a smaller version of each of my three large animals. I’ve included color guides for realistic results, or you can of course make … Read More

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Tropical Mural
Tropical Mural

My Tropical Landscape Mural originated as an Earth Day mural awhile back. I modified it a bit so that it could celebrate beautiful tropical creatures all year round. PDF FILE … Read More

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Ode to Picasso Mural
Ode to Picasso Mural

Pablo Picasso was born in 1881 in Malaga, Spain. He created thousands of paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics during his lifetime. Many consider Picasso the greatest art genius of the … Read More

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Matisse Red Room Mural
Matisse Red Room Mural

The Dessert: Harmony in Red is a painting by French artist Henri Matisse and considered by many to be Matisse’s masterpiece. PDF FILE INCLUDES: 24 Coloring Pages (8.5″ x 11″) … Read More

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Still Life Flower Mural
Still Life Flower Mural

This still life artist, Bosschaert, is not exactly a household name, but I love the floral paintings he made way back in the 1600’s. I’ve created a large mural template … Read More

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Hiroshigi Mural
Hiroshigi Mural

Ando Hiroshige (1793-1858) was a master Japanese woodblock print artist who specialized in very poetic landscapes. He significantly influenced European artists from the 1870’s onwards, most notably van Gogh, Degas, … Read More

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Arcimboldo Mural
Arcimboldo Mural

Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527–1593) was an Italian painter famous for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruit, vegetables, flowers, etc. I colored my very detailed mural to … Read More

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Cezanne + Matisse Mural
Cezanne + Matisse Mural

Paul Cezanne was a French artist whom Matisse and others considered the father of post-Impressionism. This mural honors both artists by combining Cezanne’s subject matter with Matisse’s vivid color palette. … Read More

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Sunday in the Park
Sunday in the Park

In the late 1800’s, a French artist named Georges Seurat painted his very large “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”. It actually took him two years to … Read More

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Rousseau Tiger Mural
Rousseau Tiger Mural

Henri Rousseau (1844–1910) was a French Post-Impressionist painter who worked in what was referred to as a “Primitive” manner. Rousseau was often teased by other artists because he never received … Read More

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Van Gogh Iris Mural
Van Gogh Iris Mural

Van Gogh’s “Irises” painting has lots of color and texture which I imitated with oil pastels. I’ve created a large mural template that has the basic shapes of this painting, … Read More

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Starry Night
Starry Night

Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” is famous for it’s energy and color. I’ve created a mural template that has the basic shapes of this painting, and includes color callouts if you … Read More

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Klimt Tree of Life
Klimt Tree of Life

Gustav Klimt was a Viennese painter who was perhaps best-known for his love of translucent, mosaic colors and forms, and curling background lines and patterns. PDF FILE INCLUDES: 30 Coloring … Read More

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Klimt The Kiss
Klimt The Kiss

“The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt is a very popular painting which depicts a couple embracing. The bodies are filled with extravagant patterning, a prominent feature of the Art Nouveau movement. … Read More

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Gauguin Mural
Gauguin Mural

Paul Gauguin’s bold, colorful and design oriented paintings significantly influenced Modern art. This mural of his “Street in Tahiti by Paul Gauguin” painting has a new feature – color callouts … Read More

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Kandinsky Red Mural
Kandinsky Red Mural

Kandinsky used color in a highly sophisticated way associating hue with pitch and saturation with volume of sound. He even stated that when he saw color he heard music. This … Read More

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Optical Art Mural
Optical Art Mural

Victor Vasarely’s style of painting in the 1950’s used geometric shapes with interesting color combinations. In many ways, his art became optical illusion. PDF FILE INCLUDES: 28 Coloring Pages (8.5″ … Read More

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Kandinsky Circles
Kandinsky Circles

Wassily Kandinsky, a Russian artist from the late 1800s, was inspired by the loose painting style of the Impressionists and ended up pioneering the abstract art movement. This mural is … Read More

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Delaunay Mural
Delaunay Mural

Robert Delaunay, a French painter, printmaker and writer, used Cubism as one of his points of departure. By the 1930s his work was a study of geometric forms and vibrant … Read More

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Franz Marc Mural
Franz Marc Mural

Franz Marc, whose career was cruelly cut short by the First World War, is considered the most popular of all the German Expressionists. This mural of his “Little Blue Horse, 1912” … Read More

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Abstract Flower Mural
Abstract Flower Mural

I applied an abstract color treatment to a realistic flower to come up with this Abstract Flower Mural. PDF FILE INCLUDES: 16 Coloring Pages (8.5″ x 11″) Assembly instructions Coloring … Read More

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Georgia O’Keeffe Mural
Georgia O’Keeffe Mural

The artistic brilliance of Georgia O’Keeffe revolutionized modern art. With her paintings she vividly portrayed the power and emotion of objects of nature. One of her most famous paintings, Oriental … Read More

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Diego Rivera Mural
Diego Rivera Mural

Diego Rivera was a painter and muralist born in Guanajuato, Mexico, and is now thought to be one of the leading artists of the twentieth century. He wanted to make … Read More

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Warhol Soup Cans
Warhol Soup Cans

Here’s my St. Patrick’s Day tribute to Andy Warhol’s famous Pop Art soup can. Make one 9-page mural or keep adding more for that look of repetition that Warhol’s art … Read More

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Miro Mural
Miro Mural

Joan Miro (1893-1983) was a Spanish artist whose work is often associated with Surrealism even though he never joined or followed any group style. This mural is a composite of … Read More

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Paul Klee Sun Mural
Paul Klee Sun Mural

Paul Klee was a Swiss artist (1879–1940) who experimented and eventually mastered color theory. This mural of his famous “Castle and Sun” painting may be colored to match the original, … Read More

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Ode to Matisse
Ode to Matisse

In the late 1800’s, Henri Matisse explored new ways of interpreting shapes and images in his vibrant paintings. His persistence opened a floodgate for modern artists to express their own … Read More

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American Gothic Mural
American Gothic Mural

“American Gothic” by Grant Wood is one of the world’s most recognized and parodied pieces of art. My mural can be colored to match the original, or you can get … Read More

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