Good morning! To start off the week we are sharing another super fun, easy peasy two-step art experiment by Alice Turkel! This is another recipe that ties in science, as kiddos can create and play with everyone’s favorite non-newtonian fluid, Oobleck! Share your Oobleck experiments with us on Facebook, or tag us on Instagram @maudmorganarts!
Greetings Everyone! As the weather warms up it is the perfect time to follow-up to the project posted on April 7th; Making a Plant Press by MMA instructor, Andrew Goulet. Below are Andrew’s step-by-step plans for mounting the pressed plants you collected! So you went out and collected some plants, assembled your plant press, andContinue reading “Mount Pressed Plants Like a Botanist”
Homemade. Air. Dry. Clay! I didn’t know this was possible until MMA’s Kindergarten Instructor Maddie Massicotte emailed us a recipe to share! Gamechanger! If your little ones – or yourself – have been missing the tactile feel of clay, and have been itching to make some 3D art work, give the below recipe a go!Continue reading “This one is for all the sculpture fans”
Good day, Everyone! Looking for a fun and creative way to do some artistic self reflection? For a modern take on a self portrait, try out this project by MMA Children’s Instructor, Kinga Borondy! For this project you’ll need: A printed photograph of someone’s face, either your own or a friends or relatives Colored papers:Continue reading “Selfie Enhancement”
Fireworks inside are a BIG no-no, except when your talking about Alice Turkel’s Milk Fireworks! This colorful experiment bridges the realms of art and science, gather the family and follow the instructions below to see for yourself!