About Us Art Classes for Kids and Teens in Hong Kong Since , CreativeKids has been committed to advancing and advocating creative art, design and architecture education in children and teens. The creative spirit ignited within them ripples out to families, schools, communities and beyond Hong Kong like concentric circles. With an expanding student body, professional team and scope of art and design education services, CreativeKids has reached out in collaboration with schools, organizations and corporations. Painting and design classes for the inspired mind We engage out students to explore endless creative possibilities, delving into their imagination and reflecting on the world around them.
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Make a Magnet Painting | Activity | inanielswims.com
Set out newsprint paper, containers of black paint, and brushes. Display the examples of textures. Explain that all surfaces have texture—some are smooth and some are rough. Demonstrate ways to use the brush to create different types of brushstrokes. For example, using the flat side will make wide strokes; the skinny side will make thin strokes; and the tip of the brush will make even finer strokes. Applying pressure will make dark, heavy strokes and less pressure will make light strokes.
Make a Magnet Painting
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Idealized Italianate landscape background. Pieter Brueghel the Elder , The Harvesters , Peace and agriculture in a pre-Romantic ideal landscape, without sublime terrors Rembrandt , The Three Trees, , etching The earliest forms of art around the world depict little that could really be called landscape, although ground-lines and sometimes indications of mountains, trees or other natural features are included. The earliest "pure landscapes" with no human figures are frescos from Minoan Greece of around BCE.