Makers make your mark! For today is National Dot Day. If you are a fan of polka-dots or a fan of any type of dot art today is your day to celebrate!
At Maker Studio Kidz we use dot art in many ways throughout our classes. It's an exciting way to give art pieces a pop of color and it is a great sensory art project for kids.
This colorful dot art was created in our Fiber Arts class this week.
Students transcend into a world of color, texture, and imagination!
This program introduces students of varying skill levels easy-to-follow projects that allow for endless possibilities of individual creativity and practical knowledge.
We offer our Fiber Arts class at our Maker Studio called Totally Textile Makers!
How do you make a pegasus extra fabulous?! You add colorful dots of course!
We had so much fun creating this mystical flying unicorn with our students at our Art of Painting & Drawing class!
In this class kids explore the process and techniques of painting using a variety of paint mediums, including watercolor, tempera, and acrylic, to unleash their creative imagination!
Stop, Pop, and Dot!
These extraordinary colorings are from our Pop Art class. These designs were inspired by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
Kusama is known for her out of this world art installations, primarily specializing in dot art!
Inspired by the American Abstract impressionism, Kusama was a big influence on the Pop art movement in NYC during the 1960s. She has opened up that creating art has helped her tremendously with her mental health. The only method that has relieved her mental illness was to keep making art.
Dot Painting By Sara Kindsvatter
It's truly amazing to see all the different ways you can create art with dots! We love this dot painting by Sara Kindsvatter. The detail and gradients of dots are so mesmerizing and thrilling to look at.
We hope you are inspired by celebrating National Dot Day with us!
Want to make dot art with us in person? Stop by at our studio or reach out to us directly for our upcoming art classes and workshops.