We are so proud of our Art Adventurer’s accomplishments this Fall!
Here’s 5 things CCA is thankful for… today & always:
Our Art Adventurer’s-
Each student brings in a unique perspective to every art project we present
-Giacometti inspired Plaster Wrap Spooky Sculptures & Haunted Scene
(Ages 8 & up)
Our Science AND Art Experiment using Oil, Food coloring, H2O & found objects
(Ages 2.5 & up)
It’s clear how engaged students become with the amount of attention they place in art making during our class-
Pumpkin Sculpture painting using our drop-dye technique of “ONE DROP, STOP!”
(Ages 3 & up)
With every art project comes art challenges. Our Adventurer’s take them head on with
full art force!-
Pumpkin Water color painting using Wet on Wet technique
(Ages 8 & up)
We see determination to accomplish their ART GOALS in every class!-
Working on our Impasto Painting with
Sand & Acrylic Paint combination
(Ages 6 & up)
Wishing you all a very Happy & Thankful Thanksgiving! Keep making Art!
October arrived in a flash! So you know what that means! We are spending these next few weeks creating art with Halloween in our hearts & Giacometti sculptures in our minds! Celebrating his October Birthday all month with professional level materials & tools (plaster wrap, construction & acrylic paint), art problem solving challenges, and of course creative spooky fun!
Haven’t Joined? ITS NOT TOO LATE to take part! Sign up TODAY (with proration) to take part in this spook-tastical Halloween Surrealist Art Project starting this week! Or Join a $45 Trial Class. See our class schedules HERE
Giacometti’s The Nose
Constructing our Spooky & Surreal Sculptures
Giacometti’s The Nose & our Halloween version of his Surrealist sculpture
Our Art Adventures took us to a wedding! Marrying Japanese Artist, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms with the art of Mandalas in our 6-9 year old classes. CCA built our own reflection rooms to incorporate MATH and ART.
A mandala is a complex abstract design that is usually circular in form. In fact, “mandala” is a Sanskrit word that means “circle”. Mandalas generally have one identifiable center point, from which emanates an array of symbols, shapes and forms. Mandalas can contain both geometric and organic forms.
What percentage would you need to design, in order to create the illusion of a full circle?
Notice the fact that only 2 surfaces were used, to create the 3rd and 4th illusionary planes which complete the circle!
Check out Washington Sq. Park or Union Square Park in NYC for daily large Mandala sand paintings by artist Joe Mangrum