Free Art Projects
Here is the start of the Free Art Project Ideas for students and art teachers. Contact us and request to sign up for the free Art Journey newsletter to get new updates on free art projects. Art piece by Chia Han Lyn This project is for creating, dare we say, almost professional looking art pieces even if you have zero
Scotland - Tactile Notebooks Day 3
Wednesday began with a stroll to the river. Sandra Brownlee, India Flint and Kelly McKaig Class began with a breathing and mark making exercise. Once finished, we moved inside. One stroke per breath. We read aloud Ode to Things by Pablo Neruda. Christine's notebook with a piece of her exquisite hand stitching. I took a break and went for a walk to think a bit before Sandra shared her wondrous notebooks with us.
Elsewhere: A New Art Technique to Try - Modern Parents Messy Kids
I’m guest posting at Whip Up today with one of my favorite new art techniques: block printing with yarn. This one is truly appropriate for all ages. Our first go at it was a fascinating experience for C (he couldn’t believe he was actually allowed to paint on a few of his blocks) and a …
Art students get their claws into mark making
BA (Hons) Art Practice students get their claws into the primary nature of mark making. During a workshop titled ‘The choreography of drawing’, first year students were challenged to find alternative ways to grip drawing tools using unfamiliar origins for movement within the frame of the human body. They took different approaches to relax rational control of the marks they make and experimented using their knee joints and knuckles, instead of their wrist or elbow. Following the task, using…
Blog Hop Tut..
In this tutorial you will print fabric with ‘found objects’ and use your ‘prints’ to decorate a simple fold book. Requirements Small pieces of both black and white fabric. Found objects. Black and white acrylic paint. Sponge pieces. A padded surface, such as a plastic bag over newspaper; or wrap a towel round a piece of board and cover this with a sturdy plastic bag. Masking tape. An A4 piece of black card. Scissors. Foam dots or glue. A white gel pen. Ribbon or a small popper for the book…