Tag: kids art

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Constellations- Use A Star To Make Sun Prints

We went on a family (four families and Jenny) road trip to Fort Davis Texas last week.  It was a fabulous getaway! Wwe visited the revived art town of Marfa (home of Donald Judd) and attended a Star Party at the nearby McDonald Observatory .  If you ever are near […]

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Process Art – Sand Art

To me, art is all about the process.  If you end up with something cool in the end that you want to hang up and show off, even better, but it is in the making where kids really shine.  I give my six year old 100% credit for this art […]

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Art Workshop For Children- A Fabulous Process Art Book

One of my favorite art teacher/bloggers, Bar Rucci of Art Bar Blog has written an amazing book about Process Art.  I want to sing it’s praises and buy a copy for every parent, care giver, and teacher that I know…or don’t know!  This kind of teaching needs to spread like wild fire!  The […]

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One Of A Kind Artwork at Wee Warhols

Every child is one of a kind, as is every piece of art.  I am a big believer in NEVER write on a child’s art work.  It should be their own and untouched, or God forbid, not something that an adult draws and they color.  That kind of stuff makes […]