Finger painting is a popular activity for children. It’s not just an excuse for them to make a mess. Finger painting can be educational in the traditional sense. It harnesses social skills, physical skills, and cultivates creativity. The freedom to mix colors and try new things can help them take their mind off the stress of starting school and other issues that small children may face. It is an excellent tactile experience and it stimulates your child’s senses like touch, feel, sight, and smell.
Finger Painting Tree by our student Masha Roumina.
Finger Painting Challenge by our student Caylee Dyke
Finger Painting Challenge by our student Sophie Ster.
Finger Painting Challenge by our student Kaylie Wyroslak
Finger Painting Challenge by our student Anabella Boustani
Finger Painting Challenge by our student Audrey Zhang
I am challenging Evelia Espinosa’s Art Studio’ students to do a finger painting. The finger painting is a technique that stimulus the children’s senses.. it helps child’s intellectual development. The mixing of colours teaches your child about their colours and how to create new colours.
we are going to have a class every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 pm. I am setting up a Free online classes on Zoom for my students, so we can stay motivated together.
You got an invitation in your email, please follow the instruction and see you soon!
I am excited to see all their paintings and hope that they enjoy this little contest and the online class!
Keeping our minds healthy and occupied is extremely important, as such, I have come up with a third challenge in which your children can participate. This challenge is easy to do at home and requires a minimal amount of material.
I am challenging my students to do a finger painting. The Finger Painting Challenge is a technique that stimulates the children’s senses. (Touch/feel, sight, smell, edible finger paint) It helps a child’s intellectual development. The mixing of colors teaches your child about their colors and how to create new colors.
We are going to have a Classes every Tuesday at 5:00 pm, I am setting up FREE online classes on Zoom for my students, so we can stay motivated together. You will receive an invitation this week when I am ready to host it!
In order to make this more fun, I will be picking the top five submissions and they will receive a small art gift once classes are back in session.
To submit an entry, I will just require a picture of the finished painting to be sent to me. This contest will be closed on May 16th, 2020.
– small canvas board
– acrylic painting (any colors that you have at home)
– Baby Powder (add some to the acrylic paint to thicken the paint)
– disposable plate for palette
I am excited to see all their paintings and I hope that they enjoy this little contest.
Let’s get through this difficult time together! We can do this!
Thank you to all our students that participated in our #stayathomechallenge.
After much consideration we have chosen these five Zentangle Drawing Challenge as our winners!
Congratulations to Felicity, Masha, Jaelyn, Esther and Sophia! Your Zentangle have been chosen as our winners!. All of the Zentangle Drawings submitted were marvelous but we chose these because they were particularly follow the technique, they were elaborate and unique but all our entries were fantastic and we really appreciate your quality.
Thank you again for participating. We enjoyed all your submissions. Stay tuned for our next #stayathomechallenge
Our student Kaylie Wyroslak sent us this Zentangle Drawing Challenge. This nice mosaic is a marvelous stepping-stone of creativity. Zentangle have a certain homogeneity. There is no doubt that the Zentangle process, with education on mindfulness combined with relaxing mark-making and calming. Well done!
Our student Damon Cherry sent us this Zentangle Drawing Challenge. This is a very classic and nice doodle. He used repetitive pattern is common. Artists will shift attention and become focused on their work, creating intricate patterns.Combination of patters and design is another way to be calming and self-soothing. well done!
Our student Miriam Maceachern sent us this Zentangle Drawing Challenge. She took her mother’s name and divided it into geometric shapes. She preferred this to going around and around drawings the lines.