The artistic boys at Espoon kuvataidekoulu (Espoo's Visual Arts School) had fun creating the inside and outside of their character's home using scratch art technique.
When everybody came into the studio, on the tables were their characters they had sculpted out of clay and then painted. They were so happily surprised to see how their figures changed when fired in the oven! These were the characters they invented for the first project, Lights, Camera, Action! and have been continued into the following project, Layers of Love.
After some discussion about their characters we moved on to where they live. Everybody had a unique response. We first created what their home looks like on the inside. The colors they chose also help convey the feeling of the place. The artists were a bit wary of painting over the oil pastel drawings, but once they understood how scratch art technique worked, they got very involved with drawing the outside of their home.
Each one is unique and tells their own story! We hope our friends in Mexico like these artworks!
The 6 year old artists from Espoon kuvataidekoulu in Espoo, Finland are making and sharing art with Prepri A, the group of 6 year old artists from San Patricio Colegio in Monterrey, Mexico.