Jim Dine (1935-) is a painter, sculptor, and graphic artist who uses images of everyday objects in his artwork. He adds a richness to the art through his personal passions and everyday experiences. His repeated use of familiar and personally significant objects, such as a robe, hands, tools, and hearts, is a signature of his art.
“Tool Drawing II”, 1983
We looked at many examples of his colorful and uniquely painted hearts.
The Month of June-#10
The kids traced a heart using pastels and a stencil, then colored them in
Some chose to paint watercolor over the pastel
They were very creative!