Glow Painting! 1. Carefully pop off the back of a Sharpie accents highlighter using a knife. Yellow or green works best. 2. Pull out the innards, and cut the plastic. Be careful, it's messy! 3. Put it in half a plastic cup of water. 4. Turn on the blacklight, turn off the lights, and give those kids some white paper!
Tar Roofing Paper — Suzan Shutan Installation Artist
Installation, sculpture, mixed media, Pom poms, tar roofing paper, ct artist, Hamden ct artist, New Haven ct artist, New England Installation artist, ct grant recipient, paper artist, public art, interactive art , color aid art, earth art, straws, flagging tape, labyrinth, oil spills
This would be a great project (watercolor techniques) for high school students and then sell them to make money for art club, field trips or donate to a local museum. ---watercolor calendar by Flora Douville