Focus on drawing the Statue of Liberty face and you can learn more about all the amazing features of this iconic American landmark.
This was an annual project with kinders, back when I was still in the classroom. Every spring they had a unit about US symbols, and the Statue of Liberty was near the top of that list.
In a perfect world, it’s a great project to paint, as the green and blue on watercolor paper always make such a nice combination. However, just learning about the seven spikes in the crown, the windows inside, and the lovely green than comes from copper being exposed to the sea life all these years, make this a great project for almost any occasion.
- Draw the Statue of Liberty’s Face (click to download)
- Drawing paper*
- Black Sharpie marker, fine tip*
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Time needed: 45 minutes.
Draw the Statue of Liberty’s Face
- Draw a large U shape.
- Add a curved band on top.
- Draw the hair, ears and neck.
- Draw the eyes, nose and mouth.
- Add the hair on the sides.
- Draw a center spike, and one on each end.
- Add two spikes centered in each side, for a total of 7.
- Draw the windows in the band. Add clouds.
- Trace with a marker and color.