Use these sheets to colour in, collage or cut up. You can trace them onto watercolour paper to paint, or just print one out and go for it with felt tip pens or pencils. 

Download  your printable PDF template here:

Circle_Painting_Template1_Liz_Foster_art

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I painted my original painting at my kitchen table on Saturday 28th March using my trusty set of watercolours and a number 4 round brush. I drew the circle in pencil (using a cereal bowl) and then painted each section, one at a time – I didn’t draw any of the design, first.

 

 

 

 

Things to try:

  • Limited palette: select a limited range of colours to use before you start…it could be warms and cool tones, or all shades of blue. 
  • Include gradating light to dark colour to create depth within the design. 

I’d love to see what you come up with- please share your results!

 

This is a free resource for you to use at home and not for commercial use -copyright remains with the artist, Liz Foster.