Looking for a low-mess project for you and/or your family? We’ve got just the thing!
This technique yields incredible results with few supplies, little effort, and minimal mess.
This project is inspired by American painter Morris Louis, whose works feature large expanses of dripped paint.
This binder clip project can be inspired by any of our collection works. Our example was inspired by Claes Oldeburg.
#MuseumAtHome #TryThis Need a quick way to creatively get out your stay-at-home stresses? A new style of sending a message to a friend? A fun approach for adults and kids alike to make a mini-story? Try making a zine! Zines, short for magazines, are self-published, easy-to-make projects that have zero-to-no stipulations. Zines used to be created as a way for science fiction fans to add onto their favorite narratives, often through cutting and pasting paper together to form a small book or issue. Now, zines
#MuseumFromHome #TryThis The Op Art movement is often associated with Julian Stanczak, whose first major show at the Martha Jackson Gallery in New York was called Julian Stanczak: Optical Paintings. His poetic works use repetition of line in constrained color palettes. Stanczak’s virtuoso linear paintings are a testament to craftsmanship. Attempting to lay down a grid with Washi tape, one gains an appreciation for the quality of the real works of art. SUPPLY LIST: ScissorsSolid color folderWashi tape Find a folder with a singular color.
For this project, we’re taking American painter and printmaker Ellsworth Kelly as our inspiration
Repairs can be beautiful if you try this Japanese traditional craft.