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Brush on a Stick Painting in Glasgow

Sometimes the beauty of something is in it's simplicity. The beauty of Brush on a Stick technique of painting is exactly that - painting with the brush on a long stick!

Our visual arts participants collaborated to create a striking group painting, stretching out big sections of paper on the floor and making marks with their brushes on the ends of bamboo canes.

Using this technique adds a layer of uncertainty and demands concentration while creating artwork. This gets the young people to consider elements like working together as a group while growing their confidence in creating marks on paper.

Check out the images below!

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

Brush on a stick painting

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