SKETCHBOOK COVER DESIGNS-
We record our progress with lines, shapes and pictures throughout the semester in our sketchbooks. Today we decorated them by “shopping” for colors we liked and patterns/ textures that pleased us. We made choices about what went first, then overlapped: “Larger first/smaller last.”
Cutting made simple:
Step 1: Act like you’re shaking someone’s hand.
Step 2: Thumb in small hole (top.)Fingers in large hole (bottom.)
Step 3: Alligator eats AWAY from you!
Step 4: “Open shut them” – a song we sing. (Or The alligator is REALLY hungry.)Press forward.
Adult: hold the (thin) piece of paper -one hand on each side.
(Watch your fingers!)
Pull apart a bit to make it taught. This helps them be more successful!
Gluing made simple:
(with a brush or a gluestick):
1: take your paper you want to attach.
2: Turn it over.
3: Go around the edges.
4: “Cris-Cross” in the center.
5: Turn it over and attach.
Don’t worry that they turn their scissors “upside-down.” They haven’t stretched their “rotation” muscles yet.
We’re working on it!
This week’s #ArtAdventures !! Conducting #Science #Art Experiments and #exploring the depths of the ocean floor in our underwater ocean #dioramas!
All age appropriated for our 2-5yr old art adventurers.
Wax Resist watercolor painting our outside box diorama (Age: 4 yrs)
Wax Resist Watercolor painting our ocean scene (Ages 4-5)
Conducting our science experiment- “Will It FLOAT?” (Ages 2-3)
Seeing our results of our Science Art beakers (Age 3-4)
Science Meets Art: Ocean Dioramas (Age 3) Click for more images
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Learning FUN ART & SCIENCE TERMS & FACTS including:
Who is the artist Joseph Cornell? What are found objects? What is an assemblage? What does density mean?
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HAPPY FALL, everyone!
Reaching for the “sky” with Mural fun and collaboration! (Age: early 3’s)
Back to school means change and change for kids is hard.
This week we noticed many fears alleviated and many challenges overcome
“Action” Jackson splatter painting in action! (Age 4)
Once in the consistency of the classroom, and having formed trust and boundaries with our young students, we were all set for the chaos of
“Action” Jackson Splatter-Painting
during our Art, Lunch and French classes (Rendezvous) and our 1 hour Art Adventures classes.
In our first day, we are settled in with new friends, a new environment and a new outlook on painting!
Our First Day of Rendezvous with Lunch, ART, French AND fun!
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It’s #ArtsEdWeek! We’re joining the trend and celebrating National Arts in Education Week as we prepare for our FALL 2019 Art Adventure Season NEXT WEEK!
JOIN US this Fall as we continue to provide our arts enrichment programming
that brings JOY & EMPOWERS our youth…
…to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed
Classes Begin NEXT WEEK, Tuesday 9/17
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While the unofficial end to summer has waved goodbye, our art waves are still vibing strong for this Fall 2019. We are surfing down memory lane in preparation for an artistically exciting upcoming season!
Here are some favorites of our past fall art adventures! #SeriousThrowbackThursday time
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Fall 2014. Studio Art Adventures: Plein Air Pastel Drawing exploration
2014. Art Adventures (Ages 4-5) Thanksgiving Mural Fun
2015 Art Adventures. Modern Art Tour at Metropolitan Museum of Art
2016 Studio Art Adventures: Kinetic Magnet Metal Sculptures
2015. Art Adventures (Age 3-4) Eye Spy… Art AND Science
2016 Rendez Vous Art Adventures (Ages 4-5): Mosaic Art
2016. Art Adventures. The Night Before Christmas wink
2018. Mini’s Art Adventures (Age 2-3): Slime Making
2017 Art Adventures. Faith Ringgold Storyquilts
2018. Art Adventures. Jackson Pollock Drip Paint Pants
2018. Studio Art Adventures: Value Study Charcoal Winter Landscapes
2018. Art Adventures: Picasso inspired Cubist Wood Sculptures
2017 Art Adventures: Visiting Artist Series- silkscreen printmaking
With our Fall 2019 Art Season just around the corner, we couldn’t help but reminisce on last season. This article featuring Yayoi Kusama, reminded us of OUR version of her Infinity Rooms with reflective Mandalas! #ThrowbackThursday time!
Our Art Adventurers constructed Infinity Room Dioramas using the reflective walls to create the illusion of a completely drawn Mandala circle.
Continue or Begin YOUR ART ADVENTURE with us this FALL starting September 17th.
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As we prepare for our Fall 2019 school art year, we are coming across many articles regarding STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART & Math). The integration of the Arts in our current education system is so vital in children’s needs.
Here is an interesting read that further discusses STEAM.
Art Adventures believes in it. Thats why we incorporate this in our after school art league programming.
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Everyone needs support, especially when trying new things.
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We boast confident, happy & excited children leaving our studio after each class.
What can your child develop?
Parents are often skeptical to over-schedule their children in the fall. School teachers warn parents to keep extra classes to a minimum during transitions.
We find, however, that CCA’s art classes are an exception. Why?
Because they are child-directed. They focus on exploration, as well as whatever is going on that day with each student, and acts as a supportive therapy in their schedule versus an extra “activity.”
Our studio is a place where children can rest from their busy schedules, receive individualized attention and to express themselves with or without words.