Saturday, May 4, 2019

Be Your Own Anchor

mixed-media/canvas painting 

Being my own anchor means that I am working on doing things for me. 
It means keeping myself centered. 
I have to keep myself in mind whenever I do things. 
Say "no" and meaning it. 
It means taking care of myself and not putting my worth in the hands of others!

Being my own anchor means putting me first. 
I can not nor will not get lost in others, in work and let life pass me by. 
Enjoy simplicity... for the sake of self-grounding.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Earth Week!

We are all visitors to this time, this place. 
We are just passing through. 
Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love, and 
then we return home.**

** I did get a chance to post this simple, yet amazingly wonderful art project!!
Using coffee filters, newspapers, and scraps of construction paper our little preschooler's created "Mother Earth" and learned all about making use of other materials. 
RECYCLE 

Monday, April 22, 2019

Mixed Media Muse...

What the Quail? 
In for a little squable. Why not. 
This mixed media painting on a 8 x 11 canvas was tons of fun to put together. 

Enjoy! 

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Preschool Blessings

Jesus brings us... 
NEW LIFE & NEW HOPE art lesson plan. 
These preschooler’s learned, what the TRUE meaning of Easter is all about! 
The theme behind this one is sweet and simple. 
JESUS 
The lesson plan calls for construction paper, paper-plate, scissors, and glue. 



Sunday, April 14, 2019

Progress...

Breathe deep with integrity, keep your chin up.
Mixed-Media 4 x 4 canvas 
Thought...
Not everything we do or create has to have a purpose.
Tho, purhaps an impact... is all one needs. 

Happy Sunday! 


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Mixed Media Collaboration






Everything from painted papers, collage elements, hand-made stencils, and sewing through with embroidery floss... can make this artist very content
Enjoy! 


Friday, April 12, 2019

Bear Claw

Theme: Animals Live In Homes Too 
In this lesson plan, our preschooler's learned about bears and where they live. 
Art project was incorporated after story time... 
Bears are such a fascination to these kiddos!

Art Lesson:

Construction paper 
Crayon (BLACK)
Watercolors
Paintbrush
Water-bowl 
Paper-towels

1. Draw a bear claw, on construction paper, for children to trace with a crayon.
2. Color claw with watercolors.