Discover cool seaside art inspired by kids, and created by kids!
…Children at play, in, near, or on the ocean, children making art out of sea-things, building canals and sandcastles, playing imaginative ‘one-off’ sea-inspired games, or just being kids, while having a jolly good time feeling water and sand running between their toes. Beyond these home-made experiences, frequent visits to the Vancouver Maritime Museum, are sure to delight, enrich and educate the lives of children (all ages)!
Ships, sea creatures, pirate treasures, fun workshops with Museum educators, more ships and shipwrecks, children’s’ choirs singing, sea shanties, stories and videos, Arctic exploration stories with visiting presenters, and much more than you can imagine!
Much of my own artwork features children (mine and others) by-the-sea!
Vancouver Maritime Museum engages mariners with art of BC’s colorful coastal vessels, in 2015, June-September, Rosemary’s coastal shipping exhibit: http://www.sfu.ca/geography/news-and-events/events-archives/events-2015/20150903-exibit-rosemary.html
From the art of lost sandy coats, to rainbow wishes, seaside-sculpture climbers and evening kayakers, or seashell searcher… children will find a way to make it a wonderful one-of-a-kind creation for all to share.
Marine paintings for kids and grownups: https://rosemaryhanna.wordpress.com/artists-print-orders/