Wolf Kahn is a German born American who studied under Hans Hofmann. He is known for his colorful landscapes that combine the color field movement into his realistic landscape paintings. His use of magentas, pinks, and vibrant oranges are breathtaking. These second graders mimicked Kahns landscapes with brightly painted trees, skies and foreground. This lesson actually took a couple of turns as we started the lesson more as a batik. After a couple classes, and not exactly the results we were looking for, we simply did a crayon resist art piece with much better success. That is what I love about the this job. Not only is it a learning process for them, but for me as well. In this line of work, flexibility is key!!