Framing Transient ArtPosted by: November 17, 2015
Just because it’s November doesn’t mean an end to the wonderful creative opportunities afforded by nature’s loose parts. Bring them inside!
Here’s an inspiring addition to your art area: transient nature art. Simply provide frames or trays and a collection of natural materials. Transient art, by definition, is non-permanent and allows the children to manipulate, explore, and experiment with patterns and shapes in a completely process-oriented way.
Having a defined space to work within adds just enough subtle structure to provide focus. Having unconventional art materials—such as natural loose parts—compels them to use their imagination to create unique and original masterpieces.
To learn more about the how loose parts spark innovation and creativity read the article: Loose Parts: Inspiring Play.