Kusama-Inspired “Dot-filled Dots”
What you'll need
White Paper
Pencil
Crayons
Markers (optional)
Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist known best for her use of DOTS in all of her paintings, sculptures & installations.
Notice how she uses a wide range of “dot” sizes, colors & patterns!
First, draw a large circle in the middle of your paper. This will be your largest “dot.” Bowls & plates are great tracing tools to use.
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Draw 5 big “dots” inside your large circle. Make sure your “dots” don’t touch each other.
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Next, draw 5 more medium-sized “dots” inside the circle that don’t touch any other “dots.”
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Then, draw 5 more small “dots” inside the large circle space.
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Pick your some of your favorite color crayons/markers/paints. 🖍🖊🎨
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Fill in all the different-sized “dots” in your chosen colors.
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Make sure to color all your “dots!”
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Fill all of the empty spaces left around your “dots” with circles of different sizes!
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We hope you had fun creating your “Dot-Filled Dot” today! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤍 -Ms. R & Ms. T
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