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Process art with cool techniques

In a previous blog post we talked about the importance of process art for kids, which simply means focusing on the creative process, rather than on the finished product. These process art activities use a range of painting techniques, including squirt and splatter painting, tape resist art, feet painting, blow painting, salt and sand painting, squish/blot… Continue reading Process art with cool techniques

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Painting · Print making · Process art

Process art with print making

In a previous blog post we talked about the importance of process art for kids, which simply means focusing on the creative process, rather than on the finished product. These process art activities use a range of print making tools and techniques, including bubble wrap, sponges, nuts and bolts, fruit and vegetables, muffin tins, string, forks,… Continue reading Process art with print making

Nature art and craft · Painting · Process art

Process art with natural materials

In a previous blog post we talked about the importance of process art for kids, which simply means focusing on the creative process, rather than on the finished product. These process art activities use a range of natural materials, including leaves, flowers, pine cones, shells, rocks/stones, branches and wood slices to create some wonderful works of art.  They… Continue reading Process art with natural materials

Painting · Process art

Process art with unique painting tools

In a previous blog post we talked about the importance of process art for kids, which simply means focusing on the creative process, rather than on the finished product. These process art activities use a variety of unique painting tools to create some wonderful works of art.  They teach kids how they can use common materials and… Continue reading Process art with unique painting tools