Every artist is inspired to paint for various reasons. Fueled by self-expression, stress relief, or simply an innate drive to create, paint is a versatile medium every artist can enjoy. Paint favorites include watercolor, acrylic, and oil paint all possess qualities that make them unique and different from each other. Learn their differences and let’s get painting.
Creativity for Life / Paint
This collage art lesson for kids teaches students about artist Eric Carle and his book "Dream Snow." Students can paint, cut, and design a collage to create their own Carle-inspired masterpiece!
In this acrylic painting tutorial, we learn how to create a dunes seascape using Faber Castell’s Acrylic Colors. This premium quality acrylic paint comes complete with mixing palette and 12 vibrant colors perfect for beginners.
In this painting lesson, we paint a seascape using Faber Castell’s Creative Studio Acrylic Paint. This premium quality acrylic paint comes complete with mixing palette and 12 vibrant colors perfect for beginners.
Always looking for a way to add creativity to the holiday season, we've come up with a DIY wrapping paper tutorial that is simple, unique, AND better for the environment.
Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a tutorial on how to create an easy and fun Halloween décor with Watercolor Pans that you can create with your kids. I have compiled the materials list for you.
Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a watercolor tutorial using Watercolor Pans to celebrate International Tiger Day on July 29th. According to nationaldaycalendar.com, International Tiger Day was first celebrated in 2010 after it was found that 97% of all wild tigers had disappeared in the last century, with about only 3,000 of them remaining. It’s not news that tigers are on the brink of extinction and International World Tiger Day aims to halt the numbers from worsening.” Personally, I absolutely love tigers, especially tiger cubs!
Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a tutorial to create a quote art using Watercolors in Pans to celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day on July 18th. According to nationaldaycalendar.com, “Every year on July 18th, Nelson Mandela International Day pays tribute to this anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader, and activist. The day also encourages people to do their part to make the world a better place.”
A watercolor tutorial that will cause a spark! Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a watercolor Fourth of July tutorial using Watercolors in Pans and a Pitt Artist Pen. I have compiled the materials list for you.
A watercolor tutorial with adorable penguins! Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a tutorial to create your own Father’s Day Card using Pan Watercolors and Pitt Artist Pen®. I have compiled the materials list for you.
An art lesson for kids teaching watercolors along with Latin American culture. Students draw a llama in traditional Latin American garb, and explore the concept of perspective and warm and cool colors. In this lesson plan, students explore the effectiveness of dramatic perspective and use of intense warm and cool colors.
An art lesson for kids with mixed media! Background Info: Growing up outside the port of Le Havre, France, Monet was familiar with boats. His father earned his living servicing larger ships at his small shop. Monet never owned his own boat until the age of thirty-three, but as a youth he had painted them in all shapes and sizes.
Students will experiment with a variety of exciting materials and ideas to create their own Artist Trading Cards to trade and collect.
In this art lesson for kids, students are introduced to several works of contemporary art associated with shapes, and make a piece of their own art inspired by Jim Dine’s famous heart motif.
Students conduct a scientific study of plant and animal life in their own backyard or neighborhood by documenting it with sketches, field notes and research, just as Jane Goodall did as a young girl.
Students paint a storm, and learn to convey mood, drama and movement by use of a variety of brush strokes inspired by the book "The Little Island" by Margaret Wise Brown and Leonard Weisgard
Students learn about the Contemporary American artist Faith Ringgold, and create their own story quilt collage inspired by her book, Tar Beach.
A St. Patrick's Day tutorial using Watercolor Pans! Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a tutorial to create your own leprechaun coloring page using the Pitt Artist Pen® Extra Superfine Black and coloring it with Pan watercolors.
Painting a professional-style masterpiece does not have to be left to the professionals. Beginner artists can create quality paintings too with Faber-Castell Paint by Number sets. With these adult paint by number sets, watercolor canvas paintings of vibrant designs are simple for artists to create and use to decorate.
An art lesson for kids inspired by painter Henri Rousseau! Students become acquainted with Henri Rousseau’s life and art, and then create their own fantasy rain forest painting inspired by his work.