Introduction Now that the weather is getting warmer, it’s the perfect time to draw some nice cool treats. We’ll be trying to fill the page with different sizes and shapes of ice blocks and frozen treats. Work on space, placement, and balance with your composition and don’t be afraid to draw ‘off the page’ because […]
Introduction In this video, we explore how to create value and tint using simple watercolours. This easy at home art project will encourage kids to experiment with warm and cool colours and will challenge them see how many new colours they can create just by adding white and black to their colour palette. You can […]
Introduction One of the best things about abstract art is that it doesn’t have conform or be ‘perfect’. It allows the little artist to explore with freedom and confidence to make their own amazing artwork. Our mixed media butterfly uses lots of different techniques and the result is a fun and whimsical abstract work. Best […]
This Koi fish is an intermediate drawing but can modified to suit whatever level your child is working at. The work focuses on curves and soft rounded lines. The ‘marker and water’ technique gives it a soft yet effective watercolour look.
Although usually used for warm-up activities, continual single line drawings can sometimes stand alone as a finished piece of art. This is not meant to look like a polished piece of work but it’s fun and can fill up a lot of your time especially if you choose to colour it in. The video tutorial will show how one single unbroken line is used to develop a simple image.
This collage artwork was inspired by Elouise Renouf, a UK based artist, designer and illustrator. Using strong shapes, texture dynamic colours, this nature inspired autumn forest is a collage that kids will love to make.Create it
It is incredibly important to instill a sense of respect and understanding about Anzac Day in students by teaching them the traditions, history and symbols of the day. This artwork focuses on simple poppies, just one of the symbols of our Anzacs and war veterans.
This colourful work focuses on drawing one-point perspective. It is a way of drawing objects upon a flat piece of paper so that they look three-dimensional and realistic.
This is one of the most simple yet very cute drawing activities for our younger students. There is so much scope to do anything you want with this polar bear.
This particular artwork was inspired by James Rizzi’s Happy Cityscape artwork. Children can get very creative with adding faces, windows and doors.