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William Daniels is a young artist, born in 1976 in Brighton, England. Daneils uses oil paints on wood to create his trompe l’oeil styled art. Before making his art, inspired by famous historical paintings, he constructs models of what he … Continue reading
Click on April Showers to take you to the project shown above. Every day we’re one day closer to summer fun!!
Every kid, young and old, loves watching fireworks on the Fourth of July. Great memories are made while the family enjoys the brilliant, colorful explosions of light. And the noise! We do this piece of art on black construction paper, color the display with oil … Continue reading
” Speedy the Turtle,” is just one of our wire coat hanger projects. This project also uses wallpaper pages, colored construction paper, tape and glue as well as a wire coat hanger. Full sized pictures, the patterns and directions for “Speedy the Turtle,” can be … Continue reading
The Elephant is the most revered, protected and well treated of any animal in India. The culture of India includes the elephant in its historical, royal, religious and mythological importance. Although the elephant was used mainly for shifting heavy items … Continue reading
Our 1st Grade teacher actually named this project, “Toad”ally Awesome,” for us. Notice the different shapes, designs and color combinations the kids use. This project uses a toad picture to color (pattern included), black construction paper, colored markers, scissors and a glue … Continue reading
When the plains Indians were moving from place to place, they carried their clothing, valuables, tools, etc. in a parfleche, which was made from dried buffalo hide and decorated with brightly colored geometric designs. The parfleche was used by the … Continue reading