Another lot of Summer Workshops completed and its now time to move into the new year of Art Lessons. Yet before I do its always such a pleasure to look back at the workshops and what fun we had!
As always I'm often having way too much fun to remember to take photographs yet here are a few:
Street Art - this was so much fun. The children were so enthusiastic and I have to say spray painting is one of my favs when it comes to techniques. Both my children participated in this one so I'm a proud mamma as well when it comes to the final product.
Cupcakes. There is nothing better than doing some art and then getting to eat it too! Check these out and they managed to learn all about colour mixing and the secondary colours at the same time.
I forgot to take photos of the amazing little charms they did, yet I can tell you they were just the best. Each child make 2-3 mini cupcakes out of polymer clay and I'm so pleased with what they achieved. We also painted cupcake moneyboxes (sorry only one photographed) and check out all these cool cupcake drawings:
Action Art was also messy and fun. It was a bit unfortunate
about the rain this day yet we still managed most of our activites.
This workshop is always a favourite for me. There is no way you can't have fun throwing paint around, painting with a drill and blowing bubbles.....
Science Art was messy and so much fun - I hope they learnt something along the way. Sorry very few photos - I was far too busy watching the amazing science happening before my eyes.
Watercolour Russian Buildings: Loving these. Some children really took their time and you really can tell.
A few also produced some Watercolour Underwater Hippos:
Mandalas. What fun we had creating our Mandalas on stones, old records, CD's and on contact paper with natural materials. The highlight of this lesson was painting a mandala on the pottery wheel - I'm so glad I've found another use for it. This is so much fun everyone should give it a go! I'm also proud of our group Tibetan Sand Mandala - hoping the sand each child took home is reminding of the fun they had and the positive messages our mandala was about.
Pottery is always such a hit. Again the wheel is often the highlight - nothing beats the feeling of slippery clay spinning beneath your hands. I'm really impressed with what the children created using paperclay which they painted and added glitter etc too. Lucky me - I had my mum come and help which always makes this workshop so much easier to run. Thanks Mum! Sorry no photos at all, what was I thinking????
Mosaics - the photos speak for themselves. These always come out so beautifully. Well done children and thanks to the Mums that stayed and helped - I think a few would like to do one of their own now - told you its addictive!
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