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Pop(sicle) Art at the library

Studio MPL — our art club for kids — is eclectic. We went from Pop Art to Popsicle Art. This month, the kids used their design and color sense when turning popsicle sticks into crafty bookmarks. If your child likes … Continue reading

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Pop Art at the Library

Kids got inspired by pop art during a special program at the library earlier this summer. They made silhouette collages and created animals out of old newspaper. If your child likes creating art, they should check out Studio MPL. Every … Continue reading

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Styling like Lichtenstein

Whaaaam! Studio MPL, our art club for kids, learned about pop artist Roy Lichtenstein this month. They also tried some of his techniques, like drawing inspiration from comics. Every month, the kids in Studio MPL take on a new art project. … Continue reading

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Drawing sunsets with Studio MPL

Want a fun color exercise? Draw a sunset. You can fit an entire box of crayons in one lovely dusk. Studio MPL, our art club for kids, used charcoal to draw sunsets during their last meeting. Charcoals are perfect for … Continue reading

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Painting our ‘American Gothic’ sketches

Studio MPL, our art club for kids, continued its project from last month—coloring their parodies of Grant Woods’ American Gothic. In January, the kids sketched their own versions of American Gothic, substituting in animals, minions, superheroes and more for the famous farmers. … Continue reading

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