Artist Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) is best known for developing the artistic style known as Neo-Plasticism. This well recognized style utilizes simple horizontal and verticle lines on a flat surface. The lines overlap to form squares and rectangles—some of these are left white, and some are filled with color (usually one of the primary colors: red, yellow or blue). This simple, visually striking technique is wonderfully suited for kids’ art. The few simple rules offer the perfect blend of free expression and structure. Read More. . .