Tuesday, March 20, 2012
It is amazing to see Ewa Okikiolu engaged in her own creativity, smiling while applying colours on the drawn images of her and her brother, a set of twins playing football on a playground. She is so proud to share her art with the other kids across the globe.
Here in the studio, Miss Fope Badaru has created series of art works using mixture of glue and acrylic on canvas using an extruder and set of brushes.
STEP 1: You make your drawings on the canvas or your choice of surface which could be paper or hard paper board.
STEP 2: Mix the glue with acrylic of the colour of your choice on a container or palette. You may mix more than one colours depending on your design or drawing.
STEP 3: When you have done with the mixing, you may now transfer the substance into your extruder. You may improvise an extruder by using used engine oil container or a pure water sachet.
STEP 4: Apply the coloured-glue on your design or drawing until your intended working space is covered.
STEP 5: The finished work may be framed before displaying it for public view.
See samples of this project on:
My intent for this project is to build environmental art projects with the less privileged kids to increase eco-awareness, nurture creativity, strengthen community engagement and participatory in global sport.
Join us, SUPPORT!