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Cool Cubism

Cubist artists like George L.K. Morris loved to make art in a new and unusual way. Instead of drawing objects realistically, cubist artists painted objects as different shapes, all mixed up to make something new. They even included different angles in their artworks, so you could see the top, side, and back of an object all at once.

Take a look at George L.K Morris’s painting Arizona Altar on the left, create your very own cubist drawing! All you need is something to draw or color with and this worksheet.



  1. Draw a picture of a vase filled with flowers in the box below. Make sure your drawing fills the entire box.
  2. Color your picture.
  3. Fold your picture along the dotted lines.
  4. Enjoy your cubist drawing.

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