To our young eyes, abstract art probably looked like a mess or a scribble on a page. Of course, there’s usually more to it, and that’s what we’ve been working on in Passport 2 Preschool this week.
Abstract art can represent all sorts of things. For our class, maybe they liked the way the crayon felt, using it to make a rubbing. Or perhaps it was the motion of making circles or using the scissors to cut curves and straight lines. And sometimes it’s gluing different colored objects together.
We also turned some of our individual abstract pieces into one big collaborative work. We shared supplies, and we picked the pieces that we would like to add to the larger artwork.