Today, I was planning on driving two hours to Solomons, MD to set up for my two-week Artist in Action residence at Ann Marie Sculpture Gardens and Arts Center. Combined with cancelled/postponed spring festivals and exhibitions, I felt a little lost. I still had these two weeks set aside. Should I just eat ice creamContinue reading “Studio Deep Dive: Artists in Absence”
This was a perfect rainy day activity! By transforming a cardboard box into a rocket ship, I was able to encourage independent and imaginative play while reinforcing written name recognition and process art practice.
We changed up arts and crafts time this weekend by getting my drums out of storage and the ukelele out of it’s case. Music helps preschoolers flex their creative muscles, exploring and discovering different sounds and their combinations, just like process art explores the different combinations and possibilities of visual materials. There is the addedContinue reading “Preschool Arts & Crafts: Music”
Today was all about the process. Art and crafts aren’t meant to be a stressful. Instead they are an opportunity to create, explore, and play. The only material needed for this activity is sidewalk chalk.
Harford Artist’s Association will have a reception for the Starving Artists’ Sale this Saturday, January 9, 2020 from 1 PM – 3 PM, and will showcase local art from emerging and established artists in a wide variety of media.