This weekend is Sakura Matsuri at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens! Aka the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. In celebration of this traditional Japanese event and beginning of Spring, we created our own version of cherry blossom bonsai tree sculptures. Building an armature from wire was key in order to create a balanced structure to add layers of clay and cherry blossoms made of tissue paper to our miniature tree. The results were beautiful!
To ALL MOMS NEAR AND FAR, Hope your Sunday was a very special day for you! We celebrated Moms the only way we know how…through love and ART! Our Art Adventures explored nature & art through dot art/ Mandalas and planting their very own Terrariums!
Mandalas are a spiritual/ritual symbol found in multiple cultures and faiths (both past & present) representing the universe. In celebration of all Moms in this universe and in our own circle of life, we created Mandala art or dot art on glass that carried our little succulents and on the stones that fill them. Students then follow step by step instructions to plant and care for their succulents.
Geometric Glass Mother’s Day Mandala Art Terrarium
Geometric Glass Mother’s Day Mandala Art Terrarium (5-7yo)
A special gift to Mom who is truly the center of our little universe. Thank you Moms for encouraging our creative minds!
CLICK HERE to see our Terrariums for all ages!
Taking from the greats such as Renaissance painter, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, contemporary artist Philip Haas created 3D fiberglass sculpture versions of his works, The Four Seasons. These will surely inspire all ages in Art Adventures for our current 3D food art project! Just in time for Thanksgiving, who is hungry for art?! Check out the fantastic sculptures by our Art Adventurers HERE