Family Art Lessons with Kit Loney: Tiny Houses

May 26, 2020




Materials Needed:


– Brown paper bags OR sheets of paper to fold


– Markers/crayons/color pencils


– Pencil


– Collage materials such as magazines, scrap paper, decorative paper, fabric scraps


– Scissors


– Glue, paper clips, tape, stapler (any that you have)


– (Optional: Sequins, beads, lace, ribbon, or other decorative items)




Architecture—The art and science of designing buildings and other structures


Symmetry—when a design mirrors from a central line, like a butterfly, or heart symbol


Radial symmetry—a design whose elements radiate out from a central point, like a snowflake


Asymmetry—not symmetrical, balanced with different elements on each side


Embellishment—a decoration or detail added to something to make it more interesting



This is a series of sustainable art lessons open to all ages and especially for families with children at home due to COVID-19.

Friday, June 5 at 2:00 p.m. EST

Kit Loney is a visual artist and poet with more than 20 years of teaching experience. She has lead art classes for youth through college and currently offers private lessons. Questions or requests for Kit? Email