We could make "prettier" art.
Our instructors could design out an already-balanced composition, pick out the colors that we know go best together, and outline each step exactly for our our artists to follow.
And the art might look prettier.
But our objective is NOT to see how well they can execute the teacher's instruction.
And in the end, THIS IS ALL THEM.
Could I make it prettier? Probably.
Could I make it better? I don't think so.
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The result from these bubble prints is a delicate lacy pattern (see above). The fish print was done in a second step using printing foam; we'll get a blog post written about that step next week!
The best part is seeing how BIG you can get your bubbles to grow!
It's a little bit science, a little bit art (and a little bit of soapy-mess)...and a whole lot of fun!
If you want to make these bubble prints at home, we've put together a short tutorial for you that appeared first on our facebook page.
After your bubble prints dry, you can cut or tear them to use them in collages or use them as backgrounds for more drawings, paintings, and prints. In our next post, we'll show you how we made our glittery fishy prints to go along with the story, Rainbow Fish. Stay tuned!
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Orange Easel began as a small art studio in my basement and continues to grow and serve our community. Read more about our story here.