Arty Crafty Kids Art Kandinsky Inspired Rock Art A fun interpretation of Kandinsky's famous conecentric circles. A great way for kids to learn about famous artists and create their own colouful nature art with rocks.
Loving the colors but not wanting the same dripping crayon art that everyone was making, I unwrapped the crayons, categorized by color, broke into pieces and glued in a pattern on canvas. Then we melted it with a heat gun. The colors turned out amazing!
Use duct tape for words. Place crayons on top. Blow dry on high heat till crayons melt. Blow dry side to side to blend colors. Slowly remove duct tape to reveal words. I've seen the crayon thing before, but love the duct tape idea!
GICLEE PRINT Art Abstract Guardian Angels Painting Angel Wall Art~ Joyful Heart Foundation Charity