We've noticed some grid-like marks on some artworks at #fwmoa...what could they mean? Let's find out today in the #studio, and then come see them in person with us on a Second Saturday Family Tour at the museum!
How would you portray your local landscape for an audience on the other side of the world? Learn how to capture the essence of a place, like in traditional Chinese landscapes. by looking at artist works from our Sister City, Taizhou, now at #fwmoa!
Things are looking up and so are we! Inspired by artists thinking outside the box...or frame...#fwmoa Education Assistant Naomi walks us through creating a mobile you could hang inside or outside!
This week in the #studio we're setting you a challenge: draw without peeking at your paper! Learn about blind contour drawings in this #secondsaturdaystudio.
Today in the #studio we're going back to basics: paper and scissors. Inspired by what's #nowonview in the #fwmoa, join us on our next Second Saturday Family Tour in June to see Dutterer's works up close! RSVP on our website.
The art museum is a veritable zoo! Today, on Draw a Bird Day, we're looking to the birds that have flown the coop onto the vases and canvases at #fwmoa. Follow along as we make a bird inspired by Art Deco from the David Huchthausen Collection.
In the spirit of Halloween, we in the #fwmoa #studio are thinking about the idea of transformation and disguise. We created our own mask inspired by Karl Zerbe's Girl with Blue Mask. Will your mask be happy or sad? Strange or spooky?
Today in the #studio we felt like staying in the lines, so we went to look at Susan Janow's exhibition, now on display at #fwmoa, to get inspired by grids!
Today in the #studio we're cleaning up! Inspired by Louise Nevelson and her use of found objects, we dug through our trove of things to create mystery "treasure boxes" like the ones collected by Dorothy Gillespie. See how here:
Today in the #fwmoa #studio, we celebrate centennials! Local fashion designer Bill Blass would have turned 100, and, in 2023, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards will! An Award recipient, we celebrate with a weaving project worthy of a Bill Blass dress.