A Scribble by Chloe Hunter
It’s Tuesday and today we have a special Guest Scribbler, Chloe Hunter. Chloe is a summer intern at Scribble Town and she is very creative! She spends a lot of time brainstorming and her finished projects have been the source of inspiration for many of the crafts we have shared here on Scribble Blog!
Chloe is going on to her Junior year at Pace University and is studying Art History. When she graduates, she hopes to find a job that combines her passions of art, traveling and working with children.
I’m Chloe. I believe that inspiring creativity in children is one of the gretest things an adult can do. I have had many wonderful opportunities helping kids grow through art. One example was when I had the opportunity to assist teaching art for classes of children with special needs. Whether they enjoyed the act of doing the art or getting to work with others, it was such a joy for me to see the smiles on their faces as they created art and explored their creativity! Even if kids are just drawing shapes on a piece of white paper and coloring them in, like I did for Scribble Jam, they are still allowing their creative juices to flow.
I’ve always been inspired by color so I tried to incorporate as many colors as I could. This specific scribble of mine inspired me to create even more scribble for Scribble Jam in my Scribble Journal!
I encourage you to encourage yourself and others to keep on creating- Let your creativity soar!