Kings and Queens Workshop 3
Crowns for Kings and Queens
6th - 8th August
This is the final workshop involving the theme of Kings and Queens. Here we will be making crowns fit for a king or queen so it is a 3D activity. Kids will get to make their own original crowns for themselves. There are many different cultures which have crowns so there is plenty of inspiration for them to draw from! Please go to the holiday workshops page for more into or alternately you can contact us.
Kings and Queens Workshop 2
I Am King of The Castle
30th of July - 1st August
This is the second of three workshops involving the theme of Kings and Queens. Like thie first we are going to be using paint and drawing mediums to create portraits of royals. Except in this workshop we will be painting self portraits. The kids will be asked to paint themselves as royals. Adding in personal mementos or dressing themselves with rich clothes and adornment. This will make them look at what makes a portrait royal. Please go to the holiday workshops page for more into or alternately you can contact us.
Kings and Queens Workshop 1
24th - 26th of July
We are going to be exploring Kings and Queens in our summer workshops and Royal Paintings is a painting workshop for kids to look at and experiment with royal portraits.
The photos from the London worshops have now been uploaded onto the Painting Explorers gallery. You will find them by clicking here. The children were involved in going to a number of sites over London and creating their own perspective of the city we live in. A big thank you to all of the kids and families involved to make this happen.
Summer is apon us and to celebrate I am thrilled to announce new Painting Explorers workshops! The theme of the Jubilee has made us want to follow suit with art workshops on Kings and Queens. There are three exciting worshops which include drawing, painting and crown making. For more information go to Holiday Workshops or please contact us for any info or booking enquiries: info + bookings
Crown illustration credit to http://www.graphicsfairy.blogspot.co.uk/