Free Art Projects and Online Classes

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There are lots of art projects and online classes that we can learn from, for free.

If you’re going slightly bonkers from having to spend so much time at home right now, a new creative project may be just what the doctor ordered. Check out some of the links below.

If you’d like to browse through the 600+ posts on this site, click here.  For an overview that shows you the 5 basic steps for making a sculpture with paper mache, click here.

Then scroll down a little and start hitting the “next” link. You may find just the project you need, even if you didn’t know you were looking for it. (That little dragon is on page 46.)

If you know exactly what you’re looking for, use the search bar.

More links from the video:

More great resources for artists, recommended by readers:

If you have a favorite online art teacher that you think we should know about, be sure to tell us about it in the comment section below. And if you know anyone who needs something to do, share this video.

Now go make something! 😀

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7 thoughts on “Free Art Projects and Online Classes”

  1. It is very kind and thoughtful of you to send us this list. I’m sure many are going a bit stir crazy about now, so it would be helpful. Love your wolf print…I may just print it out on watercolor paper. I don’t think inkjet ink is archival but it is better than nothing! I had already downloaded your coloring book for my grandkids when I had them for a long weekend. They loved it and loved learning about the animals. Interesting ways that they colored too, the older one wanted to see actual pictures so she could color them the “right” colors, the younger had no problem with a pink and blue elephant!

  2. Thank you = )
    God is good we are blessed with good friends, neighbors and family. My husband is doing much better now. We are in a new house and with the help of my brothers I was able to get fences and shelters in place so all surviving animals are home and doing well.
    NOW I AM ACHING TO “MAKE SOMETHING!” You have been a great inspiration during all of this…thanks so much for sharing ? Rebecca

  3. I recently found Ace of Clay who is an excellent teacher…both informative, tremendously talented and a good sense of humor. He packs a lot of punch into his clips and is easy to listen to as you are.
    Thank you so much for sharing all your clips…you were the inspiration that got me back on the art track….??? After house burning down and losing everything as well as some beloved pets and husband ending up in hospital afterwards and through the holidays and now this current insanity …well it all kind of dampens the artistic spirit…? Thanks to you I have the hunger to make something again. So appreciative of you and Ace Of Clay also as Sculpey had always been my go to favorite. Having said that …I am still starting on your outdoor gnome ?. Can’t wait to see how he turns out. Enjoy you so much ..thanks for sharing ??

    • Hi Rebecca – your family got hit with way too much. I hope you’re all well now, and staying well. And thanks for the suggestion – I’ll add Ace of Clay’s channel to the list.:)


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