Imagine - a whole month for Halloween art! The kids are having a great time using the studio as their own to create any Halloween art project they wish.
This little artist created a scary/silly pumpkin man, as well as a few Halloween drawings, such as this jack-o-lantern and a spooky blue ghost.
Another artist who painted an owl in oil pastels last week decided to use this medium again, this time creating a menacing black cat!
These artists made Halloween Blockheads.
These are holiday decorations made from scraps of wood, acrylic craft paint, fun foam, and other odds & ends.
This is a project we do almost every year because the kids enjoy adding to their collections for future Halloweens.
Here is a spooky pumpkin patch in the moonlight. In this oil pastel painting, the pumpkins were created separately and blended with baby oil on a Q-tip. Then they were cut out and placed in the original scene.
This is a simple craft project called the Cozy Cat. Her paws are cut so that she can hold anything seasonal, like a pumpkin, a cup of hot chocolate, or maybe a Christmas gift for a cute (and versatile!) holiday decoration.
Here is another Picasso monster! This artist had a great time finding ways to make this one really scary, including blue bolts of electricity!
This is an interesting spider web in the grass. Apparently it catches yellow bats - or does it???
Also notice also the cute purple Halloween bookmark.