Fantastic food art fun! Here’s a painted doughnut by one of our students from our regular painting sessions in Chatswood and Hunters Hill.
Food art is just one way of making art fun for your little ones! You can do the same sort of kids’ activities at home using bread, muffins, ice cream, or their favourite treats.
Experimentation is all part of the learning process. At Les Petits Painters’ painting class for children, kids have the freedom to express themselves in a nurturing, relaxed environment.
Here’s a painting of a flying puppy!
From one of our student’s artworks at our painting classes for preschoolers.
Kids love art, especially after you’ve fired up their excitement with a good story– inspiring them to get creative and have lots of fun!
Children learn a new (non-verbal) language, and through fun art, they get to cultivate a healthier imagination, expressing even the most whimsical and absurd.
Isn’t it just adorable?
Today, we tackle the often-asked question, “what is art for?”
It’s a question we’re all somehow hesitant to give voice to, but we should– as it is a truly important question.
The good people of The School of Life helps make the point of art a whole lot clearer through this informative video on the subject matter. Continue reading “What Is Art For?”