Showing posts from July, 2018
Mural on Canvas
A mural is a painted art work that most of the time is applied directly to the wall indoors or outdoors, ceilings or other surfaces. Today with the cost of murals and the ever changing seasons either in business or life a mobile mural works best. A mobile mural can be on wood boards, concrete boards, plastic panels, or over sized canvas that can be attached to a wall. 
A mural can be a conversation piece in any office, home, business, factory or city government setting. There are several benefits of having a mural in each setting for your workers it can be a calming and inspiring inspiration. At home it can help relax and sooth your day from stress, and in the right city setting it can attract tourism and beautify the downtown area.   Wikipedia sums it up like this... Murals can have a dramatic impact whether consciously or subconsciously on the attitudes of passers by, when they are added to areas where people live and work. It can also be argued that the presence of…

July CFC Board In The Light Artitstry

It's Christmas In July at Covington Family Chiropractic!
We are so blessed to have great clients to work with and love seeing all the kids smiling faces when they come into the office. So remember to gift yourself good health and happiness this month and enjoy the summer. #art #mural #paintings

Expose your child to art

Always fun to have little ones in the studio and teaching them about art. Always encourage them to explore their creativity. You never know, it may just take off and they become the next big artist. ART LIFE is fun for all. Here is a list of several items to help introduce them to art and have fun being creative with them. washable paints, markers, crayons, paintbrushes, modeling clay, construction paper, glue, colored tissue paper, shoe boxes, paper towel tubes, sponges, empty water bottles, chalk, paper plates, scrap paper, collage materials Remember you have to let them have fun so they will want to continue with art. Don't make it about being perfect and when they are ready to stop just stop right in the process. You can always pick back up later and make it something fun to finish together. Art allows for them to be creative express social skills and promote imagination, dreams and thought patterns they can build on as they grow. They may never become artist but engineers, d…