Holiday Pumpkins provide a unique opportunity for our introduction to the art of Mosaics… as well as the idea of recycling candy!
Students this week will follow Contour Lines to create shapes, explore line families and “See-Through” or Negative Shapes. They also practiced Unity and Variety, the cornerstone to making elevated art, as well as practice patterns in this Fall Window Mosaic. Wait until the light shines through!
Lots of fun materials + Lots of choice-making! Scultped pumpkins were drop-dyed then added to the spooky pumpkin patch! Scratch art provided opportunities for learning what is negative space, which glows in the dark… Happy Halloween!
Art Adventurers had a ball making these organic and colorful forms based on Glass Artist Dale Chihuly’s works!
To see more of Chihuly’s amazing pieces…visit: www.chihuly.com
Wish you could sculpt your favorite animal? Does your child love playing with clay?
Learn easy techniques to take what’s in your imagination and make it 3D!
Children and adults will leave with their own sculptures and fun memories of making art together! Register by Friday, April 18th.
Ages 6 and up. $75pp. Limited to 6.
Class is held at All Souls Church from 4pm-5:30pm. 1157 Lexington Avenue btw. 79th and 80th Streets.
Fall registration is underway…So Pick a CLASS & TIME for your child or school group and Register by September 5th! Located at All Souls Church (Lex. and 80th) Art Adventures leads small groups, 4-10 kids at a time, in what we firmly believe is the “Best Art Program in the City.”
Art is from 2-12’s/ Acting for up to 16 years.
Take a Peek!
We were lucky enough to watch this incredibly detailed process on and Art Adventures summer camp tour, by happy accident. I’ve attached a link to the process if you are not familiar with his work, his instructions or his new Wall Drawing #370 at the Met!
We were there on days 10-14, when they were “inking” in the black. The crew walked us through the process, showed us their materials, the written instructions (this was cool) and were fabulous with the kids and their questions! (and ours:)
What fun we had! This day was no easy feat. First, character studies… then Camera, Lights, Costumes, Facepainting Designs, Props, Attitude- ACTION! http://jessewinter.com/ and http://faceartbymelissa.com/ Helped to make this day possible. Thank you for a great collaboration and results!
For the complete Cindy Sherman Photoshoot, visit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/clairescreativeadventures/sets/72157625809460174/ and ENJOY!
Starring all sorts of hand-picked characters and wardrobes… Photography by JesseWinter.com and face painting by FaceArtbyMelissa.com- can’t wait for the portraits! Way to go everyone.