Celebrating Spring: Punchy Paper Garden

Celebrating Spring: Punchy Paper Garden

This little paper garden is perfect for spring and so fun for tiny hands. Using a variety of paper punches and recycled materials, each artist created their own unique garden. Materials: Patterned Paper Colored Construction Paper Paper Punches Glue Sticks Recycled...
Famous Artist III: O’Keeffe

Famous Artist III: O’Keeffe

This session exploring different artists. To explore an artist means we examine the work as a class, draw inspiration from the colors, content and techniques and then turn it into something of our own. For O’Keeffe we discussed the color palette she used in...

Spring Cling – A twist on your average Suncatcher

This week at Studio Sprout, we were soaking up the mid-winter sunshine, and thought our art should too! We made tissue paper and glue Suncatchers. Materials: Transparency Sheets No bleed Tissue Paper Clear Glue (Recommended) A Tray, for the glue mess We uses the...

Watercolor Woodblock Sculpture

  This project is never dull, and that’s not just because we use glitter watercolor paint! Woodblock sculpture is truly an adventure and investigation of color, shape, and what you can do with glue! (At the studio, we rescinded our dot-dot-not a lot glue...

Salt Painting

Salt painting is one of my new favorite projects. It’s an amazingly playful process, the results are ultra cool ,  and there is a lot of room for observation and experimentation. Materials: watercolor paper liquid watercolor school glue table salt You start with...