If you love a wide swath of color right through the middle of your days like we do (or if you’d really like to mix just a touch of art in your days), what you need is art projects. We have them! But what makes it even easier is organizing art projects with Pinterest boards.
I happen to love using Pinterest to organize and gather art projects. And I invite you on a little tour. First…
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Free Art Tutorials and Lessons on Pinterest.
FREE Art Tutorials and Lessons – Free art lessons by Nana in chalk pastel and acrylic paint at Hodgepodge.
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Free Video Art Lessons for All Ages on Pinterest.
FREE Video Art Lessons for All Ages – Free video art lessons and tutorials in chalk pastel. You ARE an Artist! Subscribe to our Hodgepodge YouTube channel!
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board You CAN Be An Artist! on Pinterest.
You CAN Be An Artist! – Encouragement for building a love of art – for parents, teachers and children too! How tos, tips, helps.
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Winter Art on Pinterest.
Winter Art (and Spring, Summer and Fall boards too!) – Winter art lessons, projects and inspiration.
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Afternoons of Art and Music Appreciation on Pinterest.
Afternoons of Art and Music Appreciation – art and music together are the BEST! Resources and ideas for lovely afternoons of art and music appreciation including SQUASTELS (using SQUILT Music and more!
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Master Artists & Art History on Pinterest.
Master Artists and Art History – Art tutorials and inspiration from the great master artists. Art history education.
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Art and Children’s Books on Pinterest.
Art and Children’s Books – Free art tutorials and lessons to accompany favorite childhood books at Hodgepodge and more.
Follow Tricia Hodges’s board Art Tutorial Showcase on Pinterest.
Art Tutorial Showcase – Oh this is such a HAPPY board! We would love to feature you. Have you enjoyed one of our art rutorials for all ages? We love to feature posts and photos shared by families enjoying Nana’s art tutorials! A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels series. Join us? Simply tag @hodgepodgemom on social media or share on the Hodgepodge Facebook page – and we will feature you!
You ARE an Artist! It’s what Nana reminds us of often: She says, “All of us are born with talent….an inbred wiring to create. As parents, grandparents and teachers, tapping this talent and helping students reach a rich satisfaction with creation of art is our goal! If you pick up a brush, pen, pastel chalk…or use your finger for glorious finger painting (which is a child’s most favorite way to paint) you become an artist.” More here: What is an Artist?
Be sure to browse and follow all the featured Pinterest boards from our fellow iHomeschool Network bloggers!
You ARE an artist! Which art tutorial will you enjoy first??