RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY ART
Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater
[Andrea is one of the creators of KinderArt®]
- Creating a true go-with-the-flow painting
- Experimenting with watercolor paint
What You Need:
- Watercolor paint
- Brush and water
- Watercolor (or other thick) paper
- A Rainy Day
- Some rocks
What You Do:
This is a nifty idea for a rainy day.
Paint a watercolor picture of a flower, butterfly or fun and wild shape (make sure you use paper that's nice and thick).
When you are finished, take your painting into the rain - secure it down with a couple of rocks - and let Mother Nature add her own special raindrop signature!
►More Painting Lessons
The Rainbow and You
by Edwin C. Krupp and Robin Rector Krupp
Using Roy G. Biv (a leprechaunlike elf in yellow slicker, blue overalls, rainbow-colored boots, and with matching whiskers) as a helpmate, the author includes a brief assortment of global rainbow myths and legends as well as an explanation of the mechanics of the physics behind the glowing arc of colors. The clear text gives clues to searching for rainbows and rainbow colors in unlikely places, and instructs readers to make scientific observations when they occur.
© Andrea Mulder-Slater & KinderArt®
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