Art Projects at Home
Art doesn’t need to be a sit down activity: follow Diana Marto’s recipe to shake up your creativity!
This is especially fun with a partner, but you will also enjoy doing it alone. This project should be done in an open space: your deck, yard, studio, livingroom —anywhere you can freely move.
Tools: Paper, or a recycled cracker box or carton flattened out, crayons, pencils, tape, blindfold.
When you’re finished, send us a snapshot of your creation.
Here’s a totally simple way to make a tiny ZINE with 8 pages out of one sheet of paper!. Download the PDF then find one sheet of paper, a pencil and scissors.
When you’ve made your Zine, draw some cool cartoons in it and send us photos so we can post it here!
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Life is a Circus and here’s a project that will have you balancing your art on a tightrope,
You will need: a sheet of paper (heavy paper is best for this project, but any paper will do)
Pencil, colored pencils, markers, paint
Follow Vickisa as she shows you how in this downloadable/printable PDF.
When you’ve made your tightrope picture, send it to us and we will post it here.
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Two sets of coloring book pages!
Photographer Elizabeth Fenwick captured scenes and signs around Point Reyes and Inverness for you to color.
You will need: colored pencils, markers or crayons and a printer to print out the pages.
Please pick out your favorite page and send us a snapshot so we can post it here!
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Your art box can hold things or it can be a paper sculpture; make two or three and stack them up.
Send us a snapshot of your finished project.