By Carroll Scott-McIntyre The month of February was our time to focus on Acrylic, one of the hundred languages. As I introduced the paint, we talked about the differences between this medium and others. We focused a lot on how this paint doesn't wash off as easily as others and how we have to use special [...]
By Lilly Green
“Before launching into the full spectrum of color, stand at its edge with white and black, the beginning and the end. Black and white provide a frame though which we more clearly see and understand color. Side by side on paper, the contrast between black and white calls each more fully to life.”
~ Ann Pelo
by Kelsie Castro
“Children need the freedom to appreciate the infinite resources of their hands, their eyes and their ears, the resources of forms, materials, sounds and colors.” - Loris Malaguzzi
by Michelle Ramirez
"In our work with these materials, we strive to honor the ways in which children live in their bodies, growing relationships with materials through their physical encounters with them."