Are you a teacher or student? Here you can find several teaching/learning resources that bring Megan Coyle’s collages into the classroom. You’ll find lesson plans and an assortment of activities for kids.
Includes four different elementary school lesson plans covering animals in art and the art of storytelling.
Includes three lesson plans that cover animals in art, narrative collage, and painting with paper.
Includes three lesson plans that focus on abstract, landscape and cityscape, and self-portrait collages.
A step-by-step look at Megan Coyle’s collage process.
Kid’s Corner: Activities
Includes collage pages, connect the dots, matching games, and puzzles.
Artwork by students around the world who have studied Megan Coyle’s collage process.
Resources for Artists & Creatives
Why Should You Plan Out Your Art Composition?
Art is a process, and figuring out your composition before you get started, will speed up the art-making process. SoRead more.
Why do Artists use Sketchbooks?
Sketchbooks are a great tool for artists to practice their craft. You can think of sketching as creating a roughRead more.
How to Create a Portfolio
If you want to start exhibiting or selling your artwork, it’s important that you build out a portfolio so peopleRead more.
Interviews & Talks
Collages Inspired by the National Zoo
I’ve found a lot of inspiration from the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Over the years, I’ve visited the zooRead more.
Collages Inspired by the D.C. Landscape
I grew up in Northern Virginia, so I’ve become pretty familiar with the Washington, D.C. area over the years. AndRead more.
Why I Make Collages
I’ve been making art for as long as I can remember. I guess you could say that first I learnedRead more.
The Adventures of Bosty
Bosty goes to Tampa, FL
Bosty wanted to take a break from the grind of city life, and spend some time lounging by the beach.Read more.
Bosty goes to Harry Potter World
Bosty is actually a pretty big fan of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling, so the other day heRead more.
Bosty goes to Montreal
Bosty wanted to escape the winter in Washington, DC, so he jetted off to…Montreal, Canada. I suppose he wanted toRead more.