Our kids classes worked two weeks on their fish acrylics. We turned the studio into an aquarium. Here are the bright and cheery results!
The kids in our classes were excited to paint their own pencil boxes. We used acrylics, adding many layers to deepen the colours and add lots of detail.
To start with, they don’t look like much.
A few more layers and a bit more detail.
The swans box finished, along with Judy’s roses and some of the results from the older kids’ class.
The 7 – 9 year olds were really proud of their boxes.
This is our tenth year with the Banners Program in Fairview, Alberta. For 20 years or more, every grade three student in Fairview has painted a banner to be hung on a streetlamp in town. There is always a theme: something to do with how great the Community of Fairview is. This year, at last, we celebrated The Arts in Fairview. Check out the these images of the process behind the vibrant banners for this season, going up soon.
Just looks at these curving, dancing shadows!
It has been a while since the dogs have featured in a post, but they are always in on the fun. Here’s Azu, utterly enjoying art class. And the students enjoy her nasal utterances as she snores the hours away!