Follow me Earth Day is coming soon on April 22nd. To celebrate our beautiful planet I have put together a list of my favorite art projects that focus on recycling, natural materials, eco-friendly techniques, and found objects. Also, If you are on the look for some great illustrated books to read this Earth Day, you
Follow me April 22nd will be International Earth Day. In preparation, here is a list of my favorite Earth Day books for children. Topics include ecology, environmentalism, recycling, mythology, urbanization, conservationism and so much more. 11 of the Best Earth Day Books for Children: 1. “The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon
Not just egg dying: these super cool projects include decoupage, paper folding, marbling, assemblage and string art!
Follow me “Sometimes being a girl isn’t easy” is the opening line of “She Persisted,” and at some point in our life, all us girls agreed. Sometimes it was the way we felt; sometimes it was the things we liked; some other times it was about our dreams and expectations. Fortunately for us, every day
Follow me What would Chinese New Year be without Beijing being dressed in its best red outfit? Like every other year, the city is getting ready to celebrate: roads are lined with red lanterns, doors are covered with “upsidedown fortune”，red papercuts decorate the windows, new chopsticks are bought, new hopeless bans on fireworks are issued,
Follow me What makes Chagall’s art so special? Ask me, and I would say it is the richness of the imaginary world he built with his art. Of course, he was an outstanding colorist, but I don’t believe his works would have been as powerful without the incredible set of characters that he created. His
Follow me Why Chagall? I was thirteen and about to start art school when 150 of Chagall’s painting arrived in Turin for an incredible exhibition of the artists’ oeuvre. To this day, I remember the guided tour I joined with my parents and the incredible journey we did through Chagall’s art and life: 19th century
Follow me Kandinsky’s Circles Lesson for Kids: Color theory made Fun Here comes another variation on the Kandinsky circles paintings theme. Last time we used polymer clay, while on this post I’d like to share a painting activity using rice paper (Xuan paper) and gouache. The underestimated Xuan paper I have a little confession to