Looking for some creative inspiration? We’ve gathered together 20 favorite process art accounts on Instagram to inspire us!
The beginning of a new year seems like a great time to gather creative inspiration. And especially so as 2020 ushers in a new decade, one which we hope will be filled with creativity in your family & ours!
Today we’re sharing our top 20 favorite process art accounts over on Instagram. Some of these you may already follow, while others may be new to you.
These are all accounts that I look to for new ideas for my family & our process art classes. I hope that these are a source of inspiration for you as well! Take some time to explore, gather ideas and of course–create!
20 Favorite Process Art Accounts
Barbara Rucci & her blog Art Bar is a constant source of inspiration in the process art world. She wrote two books, Cardboard Creations & Art Workshop for Children with all kinds of recycled art projects and colorful process art projects. 100 Days of Art Bar is an inspiring hashtag to follow on Instagram with 100 ideas of art activities for kids!
What we love: bright colors & recycled art materials; projects that look beautiful on display.
Keira Gladstone has been teaching art for twenty years. She started her teaching career in Washington, DC where she taught early childhood art. She continues to teach art to elementary students in Portland, Oregon and offers summer sessions in her backyard art studio.
What we love: amazing textile & 3D cardboard projects. Perfect for grade school students!
3. Art Pantry
Megan has owned a children’s art studio, taught preschool and children’s art classes and now owns The Art Pantry a business that helps families design their own art space in the home.
What we love: Look how organized those art supplies are! Art materials can be a challenge to stay on top of and along with the finished projects kids produce so I love getting new ideas how to be better organized in this area.
What we love: so many creative STEM projects for kids!
An art studio in Vancouver for children & adults that’s a creative workspace and shop all in one.
What we love: wonderful books to pair with art projects.
A process art studio all about discovery & creativity based in Alberta, Canada.
What we love: the collaborative painting setups that Alison invites kids to explore! A yarn wrapped chair, sheets to paint under, walk-in cardboard houses, the list goes on!
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Amber is the co-author of STEAM Kids and runs art classes and camps for kids of all ages.
What we love: GIANT blotto prints and her STEAM ideas for kids!
This busy art studio based in Colorado looks like so much fun!
What we love: fun mixed media collages & painting projects.
Shannon runs an art studio for kids in Pittsburgh, PA & is the author of Collage Workshop for Kids.
What we love: fun, creative collage ideas for kids of all ages!
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Meredith runs an art studio in Connecticut & blogs at Homegrown Friends.
What we love: the mixed media collages for toddlers & her confidence that less is more with art.
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Danielle is on the other side of the world in Australia happily making art & inspiring kids in her new studio. She’s is a regular contributing writer at The Artful Parent.
What we love: amazing clay & textile projects–oh & those robots!!
Erin, a former teacher, saw a need in her community & started a kids art studio.
What we love: amazing sensory bins!
13. Meri Cherry
Meri is a process art genius and a constant source of inspiration. Her art studio in LA is bustling with activity & colorful projects. Be sure to check out her book Play, Make, Create, A Process Art Handbook.
What we love: the incredible color palette in all her projects.
14. Purple Twig
Samara teaches out of her art studio in LA and shares her wonderful ideas here at The Artful Parent.
What we love: the calm, exploratory approach to art whether drawing, clay & textile projects.
Catalina is the founder of Redviolet Studio, a mobile art experience for children. She regularly shares her creative ideas with us on The Artful Parent.
What we love: sensory play invitations that are always creative & look so fun!
What we love: SO many colorfully creative projects across all mediums for kids of all ages!
This amazing studio in NC celebrated its 10th anniversary! There are so much inspiration coming out of this one place!
What we love: exceptional abstract art paintings & collographs!
Rachel is the Editorial Manager here at The Artful Parent. Originally inspired by Jean, she teaches toddler and preschool art classes in her home with her two young children.
What we love: mixed media paintings on book pages
20. The Doodlery
A kids art studio based in Pennsylvania that looks fun for kids of all ages.
What we love: Sparkly fun invitations for the littles!
Do you have any process art accounts that you really like? Share them below in the comments or tag them on our Instagram post, we’d love to hear!
And don’t forget, us of course!
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