The Homegrown Collection

Date: 
Monday, March 23, 2020 to Friday, June 12, 2020
Place: 
Online

The Homegrown Collection was born out of a need to connect and share in a time of isolation. This is a community "sketchbook", a collection of work submitted by you, your neighbours and perhaps beyond. Enjoy it, share it and be inspired by it.

            Jen Onlock, Education Programs Manager

 

See the final sketchbook:  https://fliphtml5.com/mywwa/brwn
THANKS TO ALL WHO SHARED THEIR CREATIVITY WITH US FOR OUR FINAL WEEK!

 

Our hope with this virtual sketchbook is that we see a beautiful variety of skill, creativity and thoughtfulness. We want it all – from the small rough crayon drawing to the intricate little painting! The themes ARE JUST SUGGESTIONS - we want to see whatever you're working on!

Questions? Suggestions? Submissions? Just want to reach out? Contact Jen at programs@latchamartcentre.ca.

Week 12 - FINAL WEEK (June 8 - 12)

1. Friendly Monsters

If you had a monster living in your closet, what would it look like? Draw, sculpt, knit - use whatever materials you want to create your monster. Look at the links below for some fun and easy projects!

2. Clouds

They are at times angry, playful and whimsical and forever changing. What a great subject matter to explore!

3. Joy

I would like to finish off this sketchbook with the emotion of joy. Something to aspire to, something to celebrate. Choose to represent this however you like. Have a look at some examples below!

Inspiration for WEEK 12 themes:

1. Friendly Monsters

https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/art-projects-for-kids-12740105/pinch-pot-monster-4922664875

https://www.artstation.com/artwork/e8Pr3

https://www.flickr.com/photos/wiredforsound23/22520867291/in/photostream/

2. Clouds

https://mymodernmet.com/oil-painting-clouds-ian-fisher/

https://incandescentcloud.com/aboutcloud/

https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2011/02/pixel-clouds-by-daniel-arsham/

https://cloudappreciationsociety.org/cloud-art/

3. Joy

https://www.henrimatisse.org/the-dance.jsp

https://www.jeanneericksonart.com/portfolio/creating-wild-joy/

https://www.theartstory.org/blog/an-ode-to-joy-top-10-works-that-celebrate-the-joy-of-living/

 

PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

SEND US YOUR SUBMISSIONS BEFORE 2pm FRIDAY, June 12th to make the final edition. 

We will update our final digital sketchbook by 5pm. Just take a photo of your creation and send. programs@latchamartcentre.ca

 

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Week 11 (June 1 -5)

1. Our World

During this global health crisis we are reminded that we are all connected on this big planet. Create a piece that is inspired by our world!

 

2. The Art of Printmaking

Experiment with different shapes/objects/materials to create a stamp/block that you can transfer ink or paint onto paper with. 

 

3. Be a children's book illustrator!

Select one of the paragraphs below, and create an image to go with it! Use any media you like.

1. Nora was bored. B.O.R.E.D. She was tired of the four walls of her room. She wanted to see her friends again. She missed her teachers. As these thoughts swirled around in her head, her eyes began to get heavy, and her room dim.

2. A loud bird call startled Nora enough to make her jump up. But she was no longer in her room! She entered the fresh leafy world with wide eyes and wonder. What creatures would she meet today? Would they like her? Would she like them?

3. Bright orange and green caterpillars the size of her fist greeted Nora as she moved deeper into the shadows. Rustling leaves and the flapping of wings caused her to look up at magnificent black, red and yellow birds guiding her from above. Her eyes darted left and right as playful monkeys seemed to want her to join in their game of tag. Nora giggled out loud as they brushed against her arms and legs.

4. Following the path, Nora anxiously began to pick up speed, breathing in the sweet air. A brilliant green snake caught her eye, hissing a welcoming tune as she ran past. What is this place she asked herself? Where does this path lead? Up ahead, Nora could see an opening with fantastic pink flowers and warm sunlight. Her heart skipped a beat as the moneys continued to lead her on...

 

Inspiration for WEEK 11 themes:

1. Our World

https://www.oliverjeffers.com/work

https://kreativeinlife.com/earth-day-ideas/

2. The Art of Printmaking

https://www.craftymorning.com/bell-pepper-shamrock-kids-craft-st-patricks-day/

https://artfulparent.com/diy-stamps-cardboard/

https://www.thecollector.com/5-techniques-of-printmaking-as-fine-art/

https://www.parkwestgallery.com/behind-the-artist-marc-chagall/

3. Be a children's book illustrator!

https://www.jandolby.com/

https://barbarareid.ca/

https://www.oliverjeffers.com/books

https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/12/23/maurice-sendak-nutcracker/

 

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Week 10 (May 25 - 28) (Theme suggestions provided by Judy LIvingston)

1. Theme: Beyond Words

Paint, draw or collage over printed material -ie. old book pages, newspapers, magazines. Let the words on the page inspire your work, or just use it as a backdrop - have fun with it!

2. Theme: "Paint the Music"  

Music feeds the soul and influences our art work. Listen to music - and - paint or draw what you hear. Share your song choice/s with us if you want! Look at some examples below!

3. Theme: Postcards from the Heart

Create a series of postcards of things that make you happy or you are grateful for. Sometimes working within a template forces us to make choices we otherwise wouldn't - embrace the limitations!

Inspiration for WEEK 10 themes:

1. Theme: Beyond Words

https://programminglibrarian.org/blog/book-art-re-purposing-new-recycling

https://jamartprints.com/product-category/pat-byrne/

https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/06/book-paintings-by-ekaterina-panikanova/

2. Theme: "Paint the Music"

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/guardianwitness-blog/gallery/2015/may/01/share-your-art-inspired-by-music-in-pictures

https://limitededitionart.wordpress.com/2011/06/14/abstract-art-inspired-by-music/

http://www.mikeefford.com/visual-tone-poems-landscape-art-inspired-by-classical-music/

3. Theme: Postcards from the Heart

lookforthegoodproject.org

https://www.northeastartisans.org/news/category/international-postcard-exchange

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/corner-brook-postcards-from-colombian-student-1.5097813

PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

SEND US YOUR SUBMISSIONS BEFORE 2pm FRIDAY to make that wee's additions. Otherwise they will be placed in the next week's book.

EACH FRIDAY by 5pm we will update our digital sketchbook and share – something to look forward to at the end of the week! We will also suggest 3 subjects for the following week – these are just suggestions. Do one, or do them all! Feel free to come up with your own. We also welcome suggestions for themes that we can include in future weeks! Just take a photo of your creation and send.

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Week 9 (May 18 - 22)

1. Theme: Celebrating the Colour Blue!

Let a colour inspire your work - create a piece using the colour blue to evoke a mood or tone, or create a piece representing how the colour blue makes you think or feel. Sometimes by restricting your palette/thoughts to one thing forces you to be more creative and look for ways beyond your usual methods to create something. Have a look at some of the inspiration links to see how the colour sets a tone!

2. Theme: Biology (Science in art)

It's pretty hard not to hear/think about biology these days! What does it look like? Some of it is really quite beautiful! Throughout time artists have been influenced by social conditions and circumstances, producing profound and significant art! See the links below for reference.

3. Theme: The Woods

A lot of us are looking for interesting places to explore these days to get fresh air and a change of scene. Some artists are so enchanted with the woods they spend decades exploring ways to represent them. Use reference online or venture out into the woods to see how the light filters through the trees, how the muffled sounds make you feel, and how the smells fill your senses. Bring these experiences into your piece!

Inspiration for WEEK 9 themes:

1. Theme: Celebrating the Colour Blue!

https://www.artspace.com/magazine/art_101/art_market/blue_art-51552

https://ca.phaidon.com/agenda/art/articles/2017/april/28/what-was-it-with-yves-klein-and-blue/

http://www.joanmiropaintings.org/bleu-ii/

https://blog.singulart.com/en/2019/09/27/blue-nudes-series-and-the-last-stage-of-matisses-career/

2. Theme: Biology (Science in art)

https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/coronavirus-resource-center

https://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2020/02/22/mapping-cells-to-build-a-complete-atlas-of-the-human-body

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02654-w

https://phys.org/news/2020-01-discovery-cells.html

https://www.thoughtco.com/what-is-a-plant-cell-373384

https://dailynews.mcmaster.ca/articles/new-coronavirus-what-you-need-to-know/

3. Theme: The Woods

https://www.boredpanda.com/forest-land-art-nature-spencer-byles/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic

https://www.burchfieldpenney.org/collection/object:v2014-0328-006-spring-rain-in-the-woods/

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/nature-through-the-eyes-of-tom-thomson-100-years-after-his-death-1.4899152

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Week 8 (May 11 - 15)

1. Theme: The Graphic Alphabet

Pick a letter (or letters) from the alphabet and create a piece of work around it. Use the angles and curves to guide your design. Look at the positive and negative shapes you’re creating – JUST HAVE FUN WITH IT!

2. Theme: Me as an Emoji

If you were an emoji, what would it be? Create a unique graphic that represents you!

3. Theme: Still life

Find three objects you love in your house, and arrange them on a table. Using pencil, pen, paint, felt (you name it!), create a piece of art. It’s ok if the objects don’t relate to one another – it will make the piece more interesting! Really look at the objects and see how the light moves around them. Notice how the space between the objects can be just as important as the objects themselves. Does colour help create the feeling I'm going for or not?

Inspiration for inspiration WEEK 7 themes:

1. Theme: The Graphic Alphabet

http://artroominations.blogspot.com/2012/10/letternumber-collage.html

https://moderndallas.net/lance-letscher-at-conduit-gallery/#.XrVr3BPYoo8

https://mymodernmet.com/what-is-typography-definition/

2. Theme: Me as an Emoji

https://www.wired.com/story/guide-emoji/

3. Theme: Still life

https://www.deepspacesparkle.com/still-life-art-project/

https://www.christies.com/features/Picasso-and-the-still-life-10265-7.aspx

https://canadianart.ca/features/mary-pratt-luminous-still-lifes/

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Week 7 (May 4 - 8)

1. Theme: Pop Art - Andy Warhol

Be inspired by the bold, colourful prints of Andy Warhol! Explore his graphic representations and early illustrative work to create a piece of your own. Try printing out a black and white image and layering overtop, or brake a simple object down into it's basic shapes. This excercise encourages you to make choices you may not have made yourself, to take your work outside of your comfort zone! It's also a great excuse to use hot pink!

2. Theme: Flowers

They're popping up everywhere! Gorgeous blooms can be seen all around town. Consider sketching on site, or take pictures to create a piece at home. Look at the inspirational links to see how some artists represent blooms. This can be any media - sculpture, photography/digital media, drawing, etc.

3. Theme: Stouffville Main St. Clock Tower

It's always so interesting to see how everyone brings their unique quality to a piece of art. By selecting the same object (in this case a Stouffville landmark!), it gives us the opportunity to see a variety of ways to look at things, and how to represent it. You don't have to live in Stouffville to create a piece depicting this architecture... there are many images on line that you can use as reference. Read the bit of history in the links below to get a better sense of the structure.

Inspiration for inspiration WEEK 7 themes:

1. Theme: Andy Warhol

https://www.moma.org/collection/works/61240
https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-andy-warhol
https://www.illustrationhistory.org/artists/andy-warhol

2. Theme: Flowers

https://www.vangoghmuseum.nl/en/collection/s0031V1962
https://gardencollage.com/inspire/art-design/andy-warhol/
https://kidssteamlab.com/flower-art-project-for-kids/
https://www.nga.gov/content/dam/ngaweb/Education/learning-resources/an-eye-for-art/AnEyeforArt-GeorgiaOKeeffe.pdf
https://artdependence.com/articles/the-symbolism-of-flowers-in-the-art-of-georgia-o-keeffe/

3. Theme: Stouffville Clock Tower

http://www.stouffville.com/history-of-19-on-the-park-spans-127-years/

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Week 6 (April 27 - May1) (Please note this week's sketchbook will be updated Monday, May 4th)

1. Theme: The Eye

Create a piece using eyes as the subject matter. This can be realistic, abstract, illustrative – you choose! Just because the eye is small, that doesn't mean it can't have BIG impact!

2. Theme: Trees

Find your favorite tree on a walk, or draw the one out your front window! Play with a variety of greens to create a sense of light, or maybe your tree is purple! Maybe there's a family living in the tree, or there are gorgeous flowers on it!

3. Theme: Your dinner plate

Recreate your dinner in the media of your choice! Plasticine, wool, paint, etc. HAVE FUN WITH IT!

Our hope with this virtual sketchbook is that we see a beautiful variety of skill, creativity and thoughtfulness.
We want it all – from the small rough crayon drawing to the intricate little painting! 

Questions? Suggestions? Submissions? Just want to reach out? Contact Jen at programs@latchamartcentre.ca.

 

Inspiration for inspiration WEEK 6 themes:

1. Theme: The Eye

https://thatartteacher.com/2019/01/09/eye-drawing-tutorial-how-to-draw-an-eye-self-portrait-lesson-plan-art-teacher-diy/

https://artprojectsforkids.org/how-to-draw-an-eye/

https://artisticalchemyblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/the-story-of-zahra/

2. Theme: Trees

https://eclecticlight.co/2015/11/12/trees-in-the-landscape-5-vincent-van-gogh-and-swirling-cypresses/

http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/croak/trees-in-contemporary-art-1-31-12_detail.asp?picnum=10

https://www.metmuseum.org/connections/trees#/Feature/

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2011/nov/20/painting-canada-artists-in-pictures

3. Theme: Your dinner plate

https://ourpotluckfamily.com/kids-food-craft-spaghetti-meatballs/

https://www.ateriet.com/photorealistic-food-paintings/

https://www.trendhunter.com/trends/plate-painting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goShZbdMobY&list=TLPQMjMwNDIwMjBc0Q_oXjWIyA&index=2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFFbQINuaQI

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Week 5 (April 20 – April 24)

1. Theme: Work inspired by a poem or song lyrics

Verse is a great place to find inspiration. It's hard not to let your imagaination go when someone is leading you there! Have a song that sticks in your head? Favorite poem or saying? Use that as a jumping off point to create a visual representation of the place, feeling, or story it creates!

2. Theme: The Sun

The sun can be represented in many different ways. It can also bring joy and life to our lives! Create a piece that represents the sun to you - explore colour, shape, shadow play - whatever you want to bring the sun to life in your work!

3. Theme: Complementary colour play

Opposites really do attract! Create a piece using "complimentary colours" to see the dynamic play between them:

Red and Green

Blue and Orange

Yellow and Purple

Our hope with this virtual sketchbook is that we see a beautiful variety of skill, creativity and thoughtfulness.
We want it all – from the small rough crayon drawing to the intricate little painting!

Questions? Suggestions? Submissions? Just want to reach out? Contact Jen at programs@latchamartcentre.ca.

 

Inspiration for inspiration WEEK 5 themes:

Theme 1: Work inspired by a poem or song lyrics

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/guardianwitness-blog/gallery/2014/sep/01/worth-a-thousand-words-reader-art-poetry-in-pictures

https://www.craftprojectideas.com/echo-sand-art-inspired-by-haiku-poetry-2/

https://www.creativeboom.com/inspiration/robert-perkins-stunning-collages-inspired-by-20th-century-poetry-legends/

Theme 2: The Sun

https://iheartcraftythings.com/coffee-filter-sun-art.html

https://culture.pl/en/article/solar-power-7-extraordinary-polish-paintings-of-the-sun

https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/sun-31978

http://iskowitzfoundation.ca/portfolio/2000-ewen-paterson/

Theme 3: Complementary Colour Play

https://www.carlemuseum.org/blogs/making-art/orange-and-blue-complementary-colors-light-table

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/the-scientific-reason-complementary-colors-look-good-together-114030051/

http://www.k6art.com/2013/04/02/laurel-burch-complementary-color-cats/

 

PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

EACH MONDAY we will suggest 3 subjects for your projects – these are just suggestions. Do one, or do them all! Feel free to come up with your own. We also welcome suggestions for themes that we can include in future weeks! Just take a photo of your creation and send.

SEND US YOUR SUBMISSIONS BEFORE 2pm FRIDAY to make that wee's additions. Otherwise they will be placed in the next week's book.

EACH FRIDAY by 5pm we will update our digital sketchbook and share – something to look forward to at the end of the week!

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Week 4 (April 13 – April 17)

1. Theme: Dr. Suess

In the wonderful world of Dr. Suess's art we see bold colour, imagination and celebration! Bring this to one of your pieces!


2. Theme: Time

We seem to be more aware of time than ever these days. It's a way to mark progression, growth and distance. Explore the mechanics of marking time (clocks), or reference growth in your piece. Don't forget - the theme is a jumping off point. Let it take you wherever it goes!


3. Theme: Geometry

Explore basic shapes to create a piece of art. Challenge yourself to reduce an image into shapes, create a piece from only one shape, or see what happens when you combine different shapes with different textures!

Links and tips for inspiration WEEK 4:

1. Dr. Suess

https://www.kidsartncraft.com/dr-seuss-inspired-crafts/
https://www.drseussart.com/
https://www.happinessishomemade.net/dr-seuss-crafts-for-kids/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4ESS94HdDk

2. Time

https://www.moma.org/collection/works/79018
https://riverdalepress.com/stories/at-lehman-gallery-time-is-of-the-essence,65213

2. Geometry

https://tcuartineurope.wordpress.com/students/key-czech-artists/frantisek-kupka-1871-1957/
https://mymodernmet.com/polygon-art-landscape-paintings-elyse-dodge/
https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/75698/artist-pairs-wildlife-geometry-create-stunning-lively-drawings
https://babbledabbledo.com/math-art-idea-explore-geometry-string-art/

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Week 3 (April 6 – April 10)

1. Theme:  The view from my window (Submitted by Deanna and Nathan)

I'm sure everyone can relate to this! Don't forget, this doesn't have to be realistic - it can be impressions of your street, or the world from within your home.


2. Theme:  Spring (Submitted by Nancy Leonard)

Let's celebrate the positive things are are going on outside of our homes! Excited to see the colours, freshness and optimism from this theme!


3. Theme:  Everyday objects

Want a challenge? FInd an object in your home that is very ordinary, functional, common, and make it the star of your piece. Portray a spoon as the most beautiful object we've ever scene, or your hairbrush as a menacing weapon! 

 

Links and tips for inspiration WEEK 3:

1. The view from my window

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/david-hockney-windows-book-1716369

http://www.lesliefehling.com/2015/01/january-sketching-days-1-4.html

2. Spring

https://buggyandbuddy.com/spring-art-project-for-kids-watercolor-flowers/

https://www.soundhealthandlastingwealth.com/health-news/david-hockney-shares-exclusive-artwork-depicting-awakening-of-spring-drawn-from-lockdown-in-normandy/

https://www.vincentvangogh.org/irises.jsp

https://ericawardart.com/index.html

3. Everyday objects

https://www.itsnicethat.com/features/michael-craig-martin-transience-serpentine-gallery-2015

https://canadianart.ca/features/mary-pratt-1935-2018/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/64588301/Enigmatic-Object-Ink

https://mymodernmet.com/abstract-art-made-of-everyday/

http://www.lifebyselena.ca/blog/79-montreal-photographer-creative-potential-photo-club-6

 

PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

EACH MONDAY we will suggest 3 subjects for your projects – these are just suggestions. Do one, or do them all! Feel free to come up with your own. We also welcome suggestions for themes that we can include in future weeks! Just take a photo of your creation and send.

SEND US YOUR SUBMISSIONS BEFORE 2pm FRIDAY to make that wee's additions. Otherwise they will be placed in the next week's book.

EACH FRIDAY at 5pm we will update our digital sketchbook and share – something to look forward to at the end of the week!

 

PAST THEMES:

Week 2 (March 30 – April 3)

1. Theme:  Earth Day Sculpture
2. Theme:  Self Portrait
3. Theme:  Collage


1. Earth Day Sculpture Thanks for this submission by Tiffani and Logan!
With Earth day coming up, and LOTS of recycled materials at home, we thought this was a great suggestion! Challenge yourself to create something beautiful from your blue bin. Use this opportunity to explore materials you otherwise might not have. Think about combining two of our subject suggestions - have FUN with it!

Links for inspiration:

http://www.artforsmallhands.com/2012/05/three-dimensional-recycled-sculptures.html

https://artfulparent.com/celebrate-earth-day-with-recycled-art-projects-for-kids/

https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/04/recycled-plastic-bottle-plant-sculptures-by-veronika-richterova/

https://www.recyclart.org/recycled-robots/

https://inhabitat.com/hiroshi-fuji-makes-a-dazzling-art-installation-in-tokyo-using-50000-recycled-toys/

http://www.avso.org/interior-design-ideas/contemporary-art-from-recycled-materials-by-jane-perkins

http://dzinetrip.com/art-with-recycled-materials-by-french-artist-bernard-pras/

2. SELF PORTRAIT Use a mirror in your house to draw what you see, or create a piece that represents you – things you love, your characteristics, things that are important to you. Maybe it’s just the outline of your head, your profile, or a full rendering. Is there one colour that says “you”, or does the rainbow sum you up? This doesn't have to be realistic - it's a representation of "you".

Links for inspiration:

https://artfulparent.com/pablo-picasso-collages-inspire-kids-to-explore-indentity-with-self-portraits/

https://thedavidhockneyfoundation.org/series/self-portraits

https://mymodernmet.com/famous-self-portraits/

3. COLLAGE This is a great medium for all abilities and limited access to materials! Use old magazines, newspapers, colourful wrapping paper, tissue paper, just about any paper material you have to overlap and combine shapes, colours, images. Use scissors or challenge yourself to only rip the materials. Use glue/tape to bring together many pieces to create one image. You can build it up from the background, or just freestyle it to create something pleasing to your eye.

Links for inspiration:

https://artprojectsforkids.org/paper-collage-for-kids/

https://www.artycraftykids.com/art/paper-butterfly-collage/

https://www.thesmartteacher.com/exchange/resource/532/3rd_Grade_May_Flowers_Bring_April_Tissue_Paper_Collage_Flowers

https://www.100directions.com/make-paper-collage-art-in-15-minutes/

https://www.brwnpaperbag.com/2018/03/13/alice-lindstrom-collage-illustration/

https://www.allthingspaper.net/2014/08/mixed-media-collages-baye-hunter.html

 

Week 1 (March 23 – 27)

1. Theme:  A HEART
2. Theme:  BIRDS
3. Theme:  YOUR TOWN

This week’s Tips and Tricks:

1. A HEART: We thought this might be a good place to start our community sketchbook! A simple shape that can be represented in so many ways. Use your feelings to decide how you want to share your heart. It can be red, blue, purple, green – whatever colour you feel! It can be soft and light or bright and bold – you decide. It can be made of paper, plasticine, yarn or Lego. You get the picture – just have fun with it and be creative!

Links for inspiration:
http://www.magrikie.com/illustration/lic_portfolio.php?section=3&artid=861

https://www.facebook.com/thepaintedladynorthbay/photos/a.483118941861723/1003030123203933/?type=3&theater

2. BIRDS: Think freedom, flight and sound. It’s spring and you can hear the birds outside your window! There are so many shapes and sizes to explore.

Links for inspiration:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzjCPQv3y8

http://www.nathalieouederni.com/bird-illustrations-for-the-washingtonian-magazine

3. OUR TOWN: This might be a great opportunity to use some of those toilet paper roles you have at home! Create some of your favorite shops or buildings. Use other recycled materials to make cars, trees, people. Or maybe it’s an image of something that makes your town unique – it can be more abstract or graphic.

Links for inspiration:
https://www.todaysparent.com/family/crafts/how-to-make-a-mini-city-out-of-paper-rolls/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/91754909/Map-of-Stouffville-for-Remax

 

SEND ALL SUBMISSIONS TO JEN ONLOCK : programs@latchamartcentre.ca