2017 has been a great year.
It was the beginning year of Art Is Living art studio, and also our program Arterest was born by the end of the year.
It feels so unreal when you see the art works of 26 kids made during this year. They are so creative, so vivid, so interesting and so power
Every child is an artist, not only the way to draw or paint, but also the way they the enjoyed in the making. Their concentration, the expression, the imagination always cheers me up.
These little artists should be respected as real artists. This is why we put on this show.
Yes, they are little kids, their works are not so big, but what they are presenting is not so little.
It is a show from them, and for them. 1.2m is their sight level, and we are putting their works at their sight level.
Please come and enjoyed the show with us, feel the enthusiasm, get ready to be touched.
27. Jan 2pm-6pm
28. Jan 9am-3pm
at COMA Gallery
137 Bayswater Road Rusucutters Bay NSW2011
We have plenty of cotton clothes we don’t like, do we?
Instead of giving them away, let’s give them a second chance by
Tie and Dye.
This is such an easy work that everyone can handle, young ones, adults.
Continue reading “Tie and Dye, Make Your Own Fashion”
This amazing candle glacier art piece is done by 16 Member teams from ArtIsLiving.
We can burn candles, we can melt them into liquid wax, we can shape them, change colours, change scent, there are so many things we can do with it. Why should we just trap them in regular shapes?
That is the reason I started this “Glacier” project. Continue reading “Let’s Make Candle Glaciers”
Meeting Jackson Pollock
As our end of year project, I decide to have our girls go wild and feel how master making their masterpieces.
Jackson Pollock is one of the best and most well known abstract artists in the world. The painting style invented by him is “dripping”. With this painting style, our children can feel how body movement becoming part of the creation, and how abstract painting expressing emotions.
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