List of Materials – 1 piece A4 size of corrugated cardboard or 1 x 1lt. milk carton for the body, per student -3 x 500ml Chroma2 paint, to paint the bodies, colours: Cool Red, Cool Blue, Cool Yellow plus black and white. This set of paint will be enough for other art projects on the Education Page of www.bravaartpress.com -1 x 1lt. Chroma2 glue, thick glue no spilling -10 old stockings to cut up for heads -1
We have two new videos available on painting in mixed media to produce some great new work. This painting project involves collage with different found/recyclable materials, on canvas or cardboard. Students create a picture using corrugated cardboard, fabrics and different kinds of paper. We present this video in two parts. Painting a mixed media collage – part 1 Painting a mixed media collage – part 2
Discovering Colour From a very young age children love to experiment with colour. For young students, colour is a source of fascination, mixing colours, unlocking colours, discovering and experimenting is a kind of magic that children love. The video offers children, teachers and parents the opportunity to enjoy a flexible and practical way to express with colour and to find out how to create “New”colour
We have a brand new video available, how to use pen and ink to create some fabulous nature studies. You can go to our Youtube channel and view all of our videos, we even have a dedicated video page for your enjoyment and education.
The Art Of Eric Carle Here is a sample of paper collage, this is a great project to do with young children. I had the opportunity to present this project for the 1998 “Out of the Box, Children’s Festival” in Brisbane, Australia. Cate Fowler, the Director of the 1998 Festival commissioned me to create an activity to offer to young children involving the Art of Eric Carle. It took me months to create