Copy A Libby!
We all have a few extra hours at home at the moment and that is just great news for people who like to paint and draw, or even if you would just like to try!
But what to draw? Well a good place to start if you are not sure is to make a copy.
So, go and grab your colours, paints, crayons, felt tip pens, what ever your favourite colours are and some paper.
Next, choose your favourite image below, look at it carefully and make a copy. (It gets bigger when you click on it so you can copy it easily.)
You can try more than one and if you are not happy, it’s ok, have another go!
Join in the fun!
Ask someone to take a nice clear photo of your finished artwork and email it with your
- the country you live in
If Libby likes your work, she will put it up here on her website !
P.S. Grown ups welcome to join in the fun too!
Paintings to copy:
Click them to make them bigger
The gallery is growing nicely and we even have entries from a creative brother and sister aged just three and five! Well that just goes to show that you are never too young to make art. I think we can all learn something from the way all these kids have picked up their pens and paints and ‘gone for it’ !
The title of the original painting copied by our youngest participant so far is “Pouvoir” which is the French word for ‘to be able to’ and I made it to remind us that we really can give ourselves the permission to achieve whatever we set our minds to.
Thanks for all of your hard work so far, it’s been wonderful to receive your artworks.
Fantastic! It is great that adults are getting involved in this project too. Loosing yourself in a painting is a great stress buster so why not get your kids set up, turn the phone to flight mode and give it a go!
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