Painting stones

Painting stones

Next time you are on the beach, in the forest, or by a river, choose some stones to collect to paint with your friends or family. Make sure you check that they are not stones with moss, lichen or other living things growing on them, as that will disturb the local ecology.

While having each stone in your hand, you can ask yourself:

What kind of stone have I found?

What kind of pattern would be nice on the stone?

Are there some marks on the stone that call for a theme?

Acrylic colours are more permanent than watercolors and Uni-Posca paint marker pens make fine lines very easily.

Enjoy and have fun!


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Article By ANNE-GRETHE KOUSGAARD


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