the eye project (side)
. A North Park University community art project. Participants made images of fellow North Park students (or in a couple cases, faculty). 67 blocks total, mounted on a gold-leafed circle. More photographs documenting this project here: the eye project Also check out a previous NPU community art project: the riverside mural
Images of Halloween: Jack-o-lanterns, zombies, and crazy costumes – The Eye
Elaborately carved pumpkins, gory makeup, and unique costumes are hallmarks of Halloween wherever it’s celebrated. This gallery features just that – impossibly detailed jack-o-lanterns,…
Made these 4.5 foot tall, double-sided displays for our annual art show for $14 … - My Wellness Blogs
Made these 4.5 foot tall, double-sided displays for our annual art show for $14 each. Tied them toge
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Kinderboekenweek ideetje:luciferdoosje boekjes. Maak je eigen boekje in een luciferdoosje. Dat alleen is al een feest. Het kan een strip worden of een echt geschreven verhaal. Plak alle delen aan elkaar en vouw het zo dat het precies in het doosje past. maak de blaadjes van tevoren op maat.
Alter(ed) Ego, 6th Grade
In 6th grade, we talked about how colors can evoke emotions. For example, red can mean love or anger. The students took self portraits with ...
My son's self portrait project. I volunteered at my son's preschool class for the school wide portrait project. This is what I did with them- mixed media portraits. finished 1/31/12 oil pastel, water color, poem, photograph
Make a Wish! Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree at the MoMA
Last Friday, I went to NYC’s Museum of Modern Art for a story I was writing about an artist whose goal it is to draw Every Person In New York. (By the way, you don’t have to live in NYC to be part of the project — as long as you’re in the city when [...]
67/365 - The Wishing Tree
Adults only night at Telus Spark tonight. What fun - to discover and behave like a child again - without having to beat the children off of the displays. This tree is gorgeous, from intent to execution. So inspiring and beautiful to poke through.
Mark Wolfe, SF Camerawork, Hospitality House, Supervisor Eric Mar, Fouladi, FFDG, Needles & Pens, Fort Mason - San Francisco California Art Galleries Events: September 13, 2013
Photography installation by Angela Buenning Filo.