Art is messy, and not just for creators like Jackson Pollock and Julia Child. From paint spatters to ink smears to handmade aioli, chaos is part of the creative process for most artists. But at the end of the day, the paintbrushes have to be washed, the nails cleaned, and the pans scoured. Domestic sinks struggle to accommodate many of the tools involved in artistic professions, and sanitation is always an issue. Thankfully, Worthington Direct created a new section of culinary equipment to satisfy all your artistic needs!
Today, most people think of paper-filing as archaic and no longer necessary. Technological devices, scanning, and photography have efficiently replaced our paper piles and storage devices. However, if you were to speak to an artist, architect, elementary teacher, or Children’s Director, the need becomes glaringly obvious. Whether you are a self-employed artist, run an architecture firm, or work in a church, consider ending the clutter. Savor your plans and projects with the flat file paper storage sold by Worthington Direct.
Art easels are excellent tools for inspiring creativity in children. They’re the perfect addition to many settings, including church nurseries, preschool and elementary school classrooms, art rooms, and even home playrooms. To get the most out of your easel, try thinking outside of the box. Here are some fun ways you can put your art easel to good use:
Experiment with different surfaces. Instead of using traditional paper, consider experimenting with some unique surfaces. Kids will enjoy painting on the bumpy texture of bubble wrap. Or, allow your children to create their masterpieces with a silver background provided by tin foil.