Portraying the fleeting feeling of a scene with with dabs and dashes of color.
Building a cottage with cardboard, torn paper, starch and paint.
Because every artist needs to eat!
Capture each moment and keep on creating.
|The girls create surfboards and wall hooks from a slab of clay.|
|The clay boards and hooks are kiln fired and painted.|
|Fired hooks and surfboards ready to hang.|
|For our second project the girls designed a papier mache beach house.|
|Custom built colorful beach homes and cabana's ready to display.|
|To create an impressionist style painting the girls add color to their canvas with dabs of paint from a warm or cool color palette.|
|In order to make the hand drawn sand pails stand out from the background, the girls paint them in colors from the opposite color palette.|
What have you to say?
|Cut out surfboard shapes from a slab of clay and smooth edges of surfboard design.|
|With tropical themed cookie cutters, create out clay designs and attach them to the surfboard.|
|Set clay surfboard and wall hooks aside to dry then fire in the kiln.|
|Paint fired pieces with non-toxic pottery glazes, then refire in the kiln.|
|Kiln fired and ready to hang.|
|Sketch beach design onto 16x20 inch canvas.|
|Outline all shapes with a black sharpie. Using bright, tropical colors add paint to the canvas.|
|Enjoy the company of your best friend as you paint something special together.|
|Paintings in Process.|
|The colorful surfer girl paintings finished and ready to display.|
|Cut surfboard shape from a large piece of foam core board, draw design with pencil, outline with black sharpie and paint with acrylic paints.|
|Ready for a day at the beach!|
|Mix together all ingredients, pour into cupcake pan, place into the oven, cook and...|
|Aloha girls - thanks for a great week.|