A pampering art kit for children, including everything needed for drawing, painting, sculpture and creation:
- Set of 12 markers
- Permanent black marker
- Set of 12 pastel oil
- Set of 12 watercolors
- Set of 12 watercolor pencils
- HB pencil with eraser
- Sharpener with a house
- Spiral bar
- Set of 9 gouache paints * 30 ml
- Color palette
- Set of 4 sponges with a stick
- Set of 4 colored brushes
- Glass jar for water
- Brush cleaning cloth
- Yes a small desktop painting
- Canvas 15 * 10
- Canvas 15 * 15
- Canvas 20 * 15
- Mix-media block A4
- White puzzle to create
- Plasticine 10 shades
- 500 gram clay Do & Dry
- 3 wooden tools for designing details
- Rolling pin for rolling clay
- 150 ml water spray
- 10 keychains
- 60 magnets
- 20 eyes moving
- Extremely strong adhesive
- A flying butterfly
An art kit for children is recommended as a gift for young artists and for getting to know the various fields of art - drawing, painting and sculpture
A rich art kit for children and includes a lot of equipment that will delight every boy and girl and also those who are not involved in art and you would like to encourage them to start. If you are looking for a gift for loved ones, surprise them with an art kit that will encourage them to develop a new hobby, discover their creativity and express themselves in a variety of media and materials. An art kit for children, including a variety of painting materials, brushes, canvases, a mix-media block, a white puzzle, sculpture materials, tools, art accessories and much more.
At the opening of the kit, a butterfly flies out of it and immediately a smile and a sense of wonder arises that encourages desire and creativity 🦋
A little about colors
Colored markers are among children's favorite art materials, easy to use and allow happy and colorful paintings. You can draw with markers on simple printer paper, drawing paper and drawing pads. The markers are excellent for free drawing, coloring mandalas and coloring books, for creating comics and writing and illustrating a personal diary. In painting with markers, the colors do not mix, but can change hue when you paint a layer of paint over an existing layer. Optical illusions of other colors can be created by drawing in two-and-even lines, creating the effect of a new color from a distance.
בOil pastel colors, also known as panda colors, are especially popular with children but are also popular with adults and veteran artists. Oil pastels are very fun and provide a wide range of techniques and options. The colors are easy to grip, oily to the touch, oily, soft, easy to apply. The fingers can be used to blend the layers of paint together. Oil pastel colors allow for great color that blends easily and work laterally and in layers of color that activate the whole body. In this way the oil pastel colors can express intense emotions like joy, excitement and even anger. Therefore paintings in pastel oil are very expressive for the most part. Oil pastels paint a process at work. You can scrape with a spatula or smooth toothpicks from the layers of oil pastel colors and thus constitute a metaphorical process that "everything can be changed". When the painting is finished in oil pastel colors, in order to preserve the painting and prevent the application of paint, it is recommended to spray the finished painting with fixative and frame it under opaque glass, similar to preserving water paintings.
Gouache paints are great for kids, non-toxic, water-based and easily washed off. The colors are easy to apply, mix and create new shades. Suitable for painting on canvas, drawing pad, cardboard. In addition, they are suitable for creating and painting clay, myrtle, styrofoam, wood and paper pulp. These features make gouache the most recommended learning colors for children, mainly in art classes in schools and kindergartens. The gouache colors are best suited for children trying out brush art for the first time. Painting in gouache is not just a matter of developing creativity. The use of the substance stimulates the senses and contributes to the child's developmental and mental health. The regulation in the creative process also affects the regulation of impulses and the processing of emotions, allowing a sense of release of trapped inner energy. It allows for flexibility, reduces anxiety and frees from the need to be in control.
Watercolor painting is common in the art world, beloved by children and adults alike. Watercolors express airiness, lightness, movement, flow, light and transparency. They summon an aesthetic spiritual experience, through the connection created between body, emotion and thought. Watercolors are great for kids, non-toxic and easily washed off. A combination of solid watercolors and watercolor pencils opens up a variety of options for drawing and self-expression. Water pencils can be used for color drawing or water drawing. You can dip the pencil tip in water and draw on the page, or draw and then pass with a damp brush. Watercolors can be used on many painting substrates, including cardboard, canvas, wall and more, but are usually painted on thick paper and specially adapted for absorption, called watercolor paper. You can paint on a dry sheet and dip the brush in water or dilute the paint with water on a plate. Another method is to wet the page at the beginning. When used with water, different levels of transparency can be created, ranging from a fine transparent layer to an opaque layer. You can work in several layers to achieve complexity of color and texture. When the painting is finished with watercolor paints and dried, in order to protect the painting from moisture and weather damage, it is recommended to frame it under opaque glass.
When working with wet materials, including gouache and watercolor paints, there are repeated actions, such as dipping the brush in water, taking a paintbrush and wiping with a cloth. This kind of ritual is for the creator an anchor for finding an inner rhythm, as well as a framework that gives self-confidence, organization, order and setting boundaries, and thus for deeper emotional work.
A little about sculpture
The plasticine from Faber Castel, ideal for creating, sculpting and playing for children. Game-based learning with the help of art materials helps develop social interactions and problem-solving skills from an early age. The children enjoy playing with plasticine and the practice helps them to develop and express creativity and feel a sense of accomplishment. The plasticine sculptures can be preserved for years, but be careful that any squeezing or hitting distorts the sculpted shape. The works should be kept in a glass cabinet / box in order to prevent the accumulation of dust. The plasticine is soft and never dries. At low temperatures it becomes harder, but returns to a flexible and soft texture with the help of kneading. It is easy to work with, design, sculpt, delve into details, knead, roll and mix colors to new shades. Provides hours of creative fun for young artists.
DO & DRY clay dries in air without the need to burn in the oven. A construction can be built for a clay clay sculpture, which supports and strengthens the sculpture. Clay can also be filled into silicone molds with ready-made samples. Create keychains, magnets, sculptures and more. The sculpting process is easy and simple, the sculpture dries within 24 hours and is ready for painting.
Dry clay is non-toxic, child-friendly, pleasant to the touch with a uniform and delicate texture, ready to use, dries in the air and does not require burning. Adheres well to cardboard and wood, does not stick to hands. Clay sculpture develops the wrist, thumb and fingers, contributes to fine motor development and the development of creativity. Working with Clay Dry Tear off pieces and put them until they are as soft as plasticine, then start sculpting and shaping. Dry clay can be designed by flattening or sculpting and using various sculpting tools to design and create interesting textures. To smooth or glue two parts, spray a little water.
Dry clay can be painted with gouache paints, acrylic paints and paint sprays. After painting, you can spray and cover with lacquer spray for a glossy effect and preserve the sculpture. The dry clay should be kept in a hermetic bag or box, it is also recommended to wrap it in a wet piece of cloth. If the product has lost moisture and is difficult to process, it can be restored with the help of water.
The store in the studio (14 Sde Boker Street, Givatayim) is mainly used by the students of the workshops, and not all the products that appear on the website are on site. If you are interested in arriving and purchasing a specific product or quantity from a particular product - it is recommended to check with us in advance.
Contact phone: 03-7329544 | Hours of operation: Sunday evening 19: 00-22: 00, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday morning 9: 30-12: 30.