The summer art sessions in studioCB have proven once again that stretching one's imagination and thinking creatively rules over prepackaged art kits any day.
Kids, ages 9-16, have been designing, drawing, print-making, drilling, cutting, hammering, measuring and re-imagining.
|One student's exploration of replicating an object using 6 different mediums.|
|Sam's Walldoll measures almost 3'.|
He learned to use a small hand drill
and to wire parts together for a
|Lauren's wall sculpture was inspired by women's vintage headwear.|
Leather boots started from cardboard and styrofoam,
by Serena and Erin.
|Ben's eye-full includes piano parts and leather.|
|A 10 year old found her groove mixing it up with paint, pastels, pens, pencils, and a tissue dress pattern.|
|Bubble wrap and water colors created the blue and lavender polkadot blossom.|
|Colored pencils, black ink art pens, crayon pastels and a perforated kitchen tool template.|
|Layers, layers, layers!|
|A steady hand holding a black ink art pen made this pink and orange posy pop!|