I wanted to be an Art Teacher as a kid. My parents steered me toward the medical field instead. One thing I've learned is that an artist is something that you ARE, not something you become or even do. I AM an ARTIST. Are you????
Recycle Art- paper mache dolls using empty dish soap bottles.
How to Select, Apply, Create Texture, Paint and Correct Mistakes with Acrylic Texture Medium.
How to Use Acrylic Painting Texture Medium
"narrow view" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Carol Carmichael
Daily Paintworks - Original Fine Art © Carol Carmichael
Rainbow Rooster by Renee Chastant
Animal Folk Art Paintings | Hubbs Art Folk Prints Whimsical Farm Animals Fowls Chicken Rooster ...
Folk art assemblage. Send students on a scavenger hunt to flea markets, junk shops, or garage sales. Find objects with obscure origins or functions. Research the original functions, then reassign them new meanings by putting them together in visually pleasing and/or amusing ways. Be sure to give the piece a an appropriate (pun) title!
Make Dandelions Using a Fork (Kids Craft) | www.sassydealz.co...
Make Dandelions Using a Fork (Kids Craft) - Sassy Dealz
alisaburke: creativity with crayons! ::: "Use watercolors to fill in the white space. Tip- use paper as a background for journaling, cut it up and use in collage projects, scan and use in digital projects or doodle over the top..." White Spaces, Painting Techniques For Kids, Art Journals, Black Watercolors, Mixed Media, Crayons Art, Art Journaling Ideas For Kids, Watercolor Over White Crayon, Water Colors
Color with crayons and then fill in the white space with black water color
3rd Grade Mexican Folk Art Mirrors: tooling foil circle glued in center of colored paper circle. Radial design lesson.
DIY tutorial for textured wall art. :) Looks fun and easy. Might could find a hideous thrift store painting and paint over it for cheaper than buying a new canvas?
Fun with DecoArt: Textured Wall Art Tutorial
A bunch of chicks. Awesomely done!
Art Tutorial - Anthropologie Art
DIY Anthropologie Art
Simple technique. Why do I always do things complicated?