Name Art Project for Kids Inspired by Paul Klee

Paul Klee Inspired Name Art Project for Kids!

In today’s video, I show you different name art ideas inspired by the works of Paul Klee!

This is a fun art activity for kids of all ages where a little bit of art history and a LOT of creativity come together. Your name holds a lot of weight and turning it into a work of art inspired by one of history’s greatest artists makes for a wonderful display for your bedroom, home office, or fridge. 😉

Paul Klee: One of History’s Greatest Artists

Born in the late 1800s, Paul Klee was known mainly for his whimsical and childlike styles in expressionism, cubism, and surrealism. He painted as a soldier during WWI and taught art in the famous Bauhaus alongside Wassily Kandinsky. During the Hitler regime, Klee’s artwork was actually deemed degenerate which caused him to leave Germany and move back to his hometown of Bern, Switzerland. Many of his art pieces made their way to the United States of America where they made significant impacts on up and coming American artists.

The Name Art was Inspired by These Paul Klee Artworks

Einst dem Grau der Nacht enttaucht , 1918
der Clown und seine Blume, 1939
The Comedians’ Handbill, 1938
Park Near Lu, 1938

The Name Art I Created

All 3 Paul Klee inspired pieces together.

Cool! What do you think of Paul Klee’s artwork? Do you have a favorite piece? I had a lot of fun with this video. I hope you enjoy it!

Other Fun Activities with Letters and Art

There are other activities you can do with your child that helps them build their foundational knowledge of letters. Check out this post here for more on language development and what you can do with your child at home.

If you like this art video, be sure to check out other videos on my channel like this one!

See you next time!

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