We warmed up with this Paul Klee-inspired project. Because: books and paints.
Dale Chihuly sparked our creative fires for this Bakit & Makit project we were gifted (those little plastic pellets you melt in the oven). We may buy more -- it turned out to be a dazzlingly-fun project!
I have never made a more fun sculpture than this Giacometti project. The materials are so fun and easy to work with, and I think the aged metal effect is stunning.
Henri Matisse -- we had to go with his cut-outs this time. Mixing up our artist exploration with scissors and Mod Podge was a must. They make lovely tealight globes (battery-operated).
And a well-deserved rest under A Starry Night.
We painted, sprinkled, melted, shaped, snipped, taped, bent, sculpted, cut, blew up, glued, drew, and worked from a new angle. And -- found two museums with some pretty famous works that we're heading out to see.
|time + materials = inspiration|