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Draw the Statue of Liberty

Learn how to draw the Statue of Liberty with this easy grid method, an introduction to using lines to draw more accurately.

Scroll down for an even easier way to draw the statue, along with a portrait project.

how to draw the Statue of Liberty

I have seen lots of students make some amazing drawings when they have clear lines to refer to (as opposed to a photo) and a grid to give them structure. My PDF download includes the pages shown: a finished sample, a line drawing to refer to, a grid page to draw on, and a coloring page for extra fun.

how to draw the Statue of Liberty

MATERIALS

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Draw the Statue of Liberty (Easy Version)

statue of liberty drawing easy
statue of liberty drawing easy

MATERIALS

DIRECTIONS

Time needed: 1 hour.

Draw the Statue of Liberty

  1. Draw a torch and hand.

  2. Draw the face and pedestal.

  3. Add arm, hair and neckline.

  4. Draw the sleeve.

  5. Finish sides of robe, add crown.

  6. Add 7 crown points and shoulder.

  7. Add the tablet.

  8. Draw face, arm and robe lines.

  9. Trace and color with crayons, including clouds in the background.

Draw a Statue of Liberty Portrait

This Statue of Liberty drawing is perfect for students who are studying symbols of the United States.

statue of liberty drawing easy

statue of liberty drawing easy

Make this a fun watercolor resist painting by drawing colorful crayon fireworks in the background before painting a watercolor wash over them.

A tip for working with young students? Like kinder and first grade? Premix some light aqua liquid watercolor paint for them so they can concentrate on other parts of the artwork. The average grassy green color will not lend itself to looking a whole lot like Lady Liberty.

MATERIAL

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DIRECTIONS

  1. Print a tutorial for every student to see. Draw or print guidelines on paper. Mix watery turquoise paint for students to share.
  2. Draw the art project in pencil.
  3. Trace the drawing with a permanent black marker.
  4. Draw stars in the background with lots of different colored crayons. Press hard so they show up.
  5. Paint the head with a greenish color.
  6. Paint the background, over stars and all, with black or blue water paint.

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