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Assemblage - At Home Art series ll

Updated: Mar 24

Due to the current precautions being taken over the next several weeks TAG has decided to provide some ideas for crafts/art/activities at home. These will be in line with the planned scheduled activities that have been postponed.

Today we were to have our Assemblage workshop with Lionel Venne at the Open Studio Libre and it's also Saint Patrick's Day so I have selected a few Saint Patrick's Day options as well.

The first link is a simple video about how to create an assemblage using simple recycled objects and things found around the house. It's great to get you started, and the kids in the video also chose to paint theirs green, how appropriate!

The next two links are for Celtic knots. These can be done with para-cord or any other type of rope. If you do them in the center of your rope you can turn it into a necklace, as seen in this picture here. The last link is for a beautiful painted pasta necklace for our little friends. If you're feeling festive you can paint your pasta green! We hope you find today's activities entertaining! Please feel free to like and share. If you do create a mini masterpiece we would love to see it. Take a picture and tag us #temiskamingartgallery.

That's it for now. Have a great day folks. Tune in tomorrow for another great craft idea.


Sincerely; Your friendly neighbourhood art gallery.


Creating an Assemblage | ArtQuest | NPT


How to tie Celtic Ring Knot


How to Tie the Celtic Heart Knot by TIAT


Painting Pasta to Thread


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