Our team is here for you 24/7. Use these virtual resources to expand your creativity and make things you’ve never imagined, all under the guidance of our talented visual artists. Everyone is creative, and using that creativity encourages us to slow down and connect to your inner “super power.” These resources are all prepared for you by the talented team at UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine program.
Audio and Video will be added as they are produced.
Instructional Art-making Videos
Make your own prints and stamps using this fun and simple method by Sarah Hinds, AIM Artist in Residence!
-Washable markers -Medium weight paper -Flat styrofoam- can be repurposed from a disposable plate, vegetable tray, or take out container -Ball point pen -Wet cloth or paper towel -Brayer or metal spoon
AIM artist in residence Molly Kempson walks you through each step in making a word circle.
-Pencil -Sharpie or pen -Coloring method of your choice: markers, crayons, colored pencils, watercolor or a combination
Learn a fun way of creating with watercolors! Artist in residence Sarah takes you step-by-step through the process of using resist techniques with watercolor paints.
-Watercolor Paint -Paintbrush and Water -Watercolor or Other Thick Paper
Learn to make an origami crane with artist in residence Sunita Canady.
-Origami paper or other thin square paper
Watch and follow along as artist in residence Sunita Canady walks you through the process of creating two paper flowers.
-Tissue paper squares -pipe cleaners or wire -scissors
Follow along as Sarah, AIM Artist in Residence, guides you through a watercolor painting tutorial of a water reflection with landscape elements.
-Watercolor Paint -Paintbrush and Water -Watercolor Paper
Follow along as Molly walks you through the process of creating a collagraph print.
-foam -glue (liquid, not glue stick) -scissors -mat board or cardboard -wooden pencil (optional) -construction paper
Watch and follow along as Sarah shows you step-by-step how to paint a point-of-light piece.
-watercolor or drawing paper -acrylic paint (white, yellow, warm yellow, red, blue, black) -one large and one small paint brush
AIM artist in residence Sarah Hinds walks you through the process of painting loose, abstract florals using acrylic paint.
Artist in residence Sarah Hinds shows how to sketch using your own observations of the objects around you, like a flower, a coffee cup, and even your own hand. Add some color using watercolor paints.