These two charcoal drawings were done by girls ages seven and nine. We draw together, step-by-step, and I teach them how to make hints for themselves. Quite remarkable work by such young artists!
Our class set up on Commercial Street last Thursday morning. Following a short demo of the exterior of Ms Gilmore’s Tea Room, the group started paintings of the Cafe Cusco building, built in 1883, as well as interesting shadows thrown
Creava Arts’ first Plein Air Pastels Class is off to a great start! Despite the gray skies, Marla demonstrated the basics of painting in pastels outdoors while painting our neighbors, the Wheelhouse food truck. (The painting shown here is not
Our Raku Firing Workshop is today at Parnell Studios, our home studio facility. Five participants are firing their pieces as they learn about the creative process from Hue. By the afternoon, we’ll have several dozen raku pieces out of our
Young artists made these fun animal masks by using balloons, newspaper strips and plenty of flour and water! Talk about imaginations!
Campers in “Where The Wild Things Are” Art Camp created a number of challenging art pieces, all depicting wild animals and creatures from our imaginations. This project not only taught the children how to draw with charcoal sticks, but also
This week, nine campers created some awesome animal-themed art!
Marla: These are two of my beginning pastel painting students, working on their own landscapes this week. They both have a great sense of color and space, and are doing so well!
Marla: We were set up at the Southwest Homeschool Education Ministry (SHEM) Conference at University Plaza Hotel in Springfield yesterday and today. We talked to lots of homeschool parents, and Hue and two of our teen pottery students demonstrated throwing
Marla: Two of our homeschool students are brothers who love to try something new in the studio. Recently, they created clay versions of two Vincent van Gogh paintings, Starry Night and Wheat Fields With Cypress Trees. The pieces took them