"Art has the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else."
- Sydney Gurewitz Clemens
Why fluid art for kids?
It encourages fine motor skills, neural development, and problem-solving abilities.
It allows children to process their world, deal with sometimes scary emotions, and gives them critical sensory input.
It is important for its own sake, as a source of beauty and self-expression, as well as simply for the process of creating.
It helps create a clearer and calmer mind as well as improved focus.
It encourages and increases imagination and creativity.
It is fun for kids and it is an activity they really enjoy.
Art is vital to families because it keeps everyone engaged and happy, but it is also a great way for kids to decompress and enjoy time by themselves.
“Research indicates that a child who is exposed to the arts acquires a special ability to think creatively, be original, discover, innovate, and create intellectual property—key attributes for individual success and social prosperity in the twenty-first century.” - International Child Art Foundation
Here is what's included in
The Fluid Art Painting for Kids
The simple how-to needed to start painting, even if you or your child don't know anything about fluid painting.
19 brief videos of how to paint with fluid art:
3. Primary Colors
4. Set Up & Mixing Colors
5. Dirty Cup (Flip Cup) Pour
6. Drying Process
7. Flip Cup with Avery
8. Four Cup Flip with Avery
9. Additional Touches with Avery
10. Open Cup Pour
11. Open Pour & Blow with Riley
12. Straight Pour
13. Swipe Technique
14. Rainbow Swipe with Riley
15. Palette Knife Painting
16. Do Over
17. Signing & Naming Your Art
19. Torch (optional with parents help)
Kids do the course at their own speed and on their own time
Five different simple fluid art techniques
Personal help from us by email
Ability to paint art similar to these:
Plus - These Awesome Bonuses!
A basic guide to mixing colors, printable sheet
A simple printable glossary of the basic art terms used in the course
A printable supplies list including, what supplies you really need, and what you can do without, and where to buy them, including photos