more #drawntothelight

Our friends, Mick and Cathy Sander , joined in our Drawn to the Light 30 day challenge, and here is some of their work. So fun!Day 13: summer night Day 8: try paint  Day 9: fire fliesDay 10: sleeping porchDay 7: flashlight Day 12: gathering of moths  thanks guys for sharing your art work and being gripped with [...]

gathering

gathering

We wrapped up our 30 day challenge with a small gathering of sharing our artwork. It was so good to hear and see the many different ways this challenge was approached. Everyone had something they were challenged with and something they were blessed by. So fabulous.   Day 21: Eclipse by Melissa Tomko and kidsDay [...]

#drawntothelight daily prompts

#drawntothelight daily prompts

day 1 Sharpie on Post-It day 2 the moon day 3 one moth day 4 three colors day 5 paper lantern day 6 glow-in-the-dark day 7 flashlight day 8 try paint day 9 fireflies day 10 sleeping porch day 11 black & white day 12 gathering of moths day 13 summer night day 14 field [...]

#drawn to the light

#drawn to the light

We are launching a 30 day drawing challenge for the month of August. (Yes, there are 31 days in August, take one as a buffer, where needed.) click here for daily prompts We are choosing the theme of "drawn to the light" because: Open ended themes give room for interpretation which makes this... fun? moths, [...]

Winners!!!

Winners!!!

What a fabulous response!!  We are thrilled to present to you, the winners of the 2017 National Homeschool Art Contest. To all of you out there, keep drawing, keep painting and keep giving God the glory! All entries were judged according to this rubric: Design/Composition Craftsmanship/Skill Creativity Aesthetics Meets Criteria/Interpretation of Theme Judges and their [...]

Paint&Draw w/ Wondern Awe

Paint&Draw w/ Wondern Awe

Part of our mission here at Wondern Awe is to promote and nurture the love and joy of artistic pursuits . For this reason, we have taken over Gwen Fredette's National  "Homeschool Art Contest" and are partnering with the Philadelphia Homeschool Blog to offer a great opportunity for Homeschooled kids across America.  Here's the details: [...]

the THANK YOU card

the THANK YOU card

I was raised to write thank you cards. It is a great exercise in thinking through what you have received and appreciating the people in your life. Growing up, it was a chore, which I am sure  my kids are experiencing now, but it was for me, and I am banking on it being for [...]