Author: Amanda Sabo

By Kris Hurst Optical illusions have a way of tricking us into seeing something other than what is right in front of us. This can be done through the use of color, hue (shades of a color), patterns, and line. Artists can “fool” us by creating...

By Sydney Brink With all the time spent indoors recently, we’re sure you’ve daydreamed up a story or two to kill the time. A blank page will allow you to translate your story ideas, daydreams, and comic books from your imagination into the world. Because making...

By Alyssa Dyar Today we're going to learn about natural fabric dyeing at home. The benefits of natural dyes are numerous; they're biodegradable and nontoxic! Plus, they allow for individual expression: No one else is going to make the exact same color. To see the materials you'll...

By Kris Hurst By now you are surely missing coming into Ignite Studio with your kids and loved ones for our weekly drop-in activities. For those of you not yet in the know, under normal circumstances, Ignite Studio holds drop ins during a two-hour time slot...

By Jackie Humphrey We’re all trying to navigate this quarantine. There’s a lot of unknowns right now, and that can be stressful. Study after study has shown that making and creating can be a great stress reliever. It’s a way to positively occupy your mind and...

By: Sydney Brink At Ignite, you can practice all kinds of traditional art media, but have you ever wondered how to make art like your favorite cartoonists or illustrators? Using a computer to draw is the cornerstone of many professional artist practices. Digital art has lots...