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
10 Ways to get Inspired
Inspiration is something that can find you at the most unexpected times, but it’s also something that you need toRead more.
How to “Paint with Paper”
I call the collage technique I use, “painting with paper,” because I manipulate magazine strips in such a way thatRead more.
How to Develop a Creative Support Network
Criticism and hard work come with the territory of being an artist. And in order to move past all thatRead more.
Interviews & Talks
Q & A: Outside of Collage
What’s your favorite color? Blue. You can probably tell when you take a look at my artwork. Blue shows upRead more.
Q & A: What Motivates You?
People who know me often comment on my work ethic. How do I manage to work on my artwork justRead more.
Q & A: Collage Art
Tell me about your collage technique. Each collage starts out as a sketch. This helps me get an idea ofRead more.
The Adventures of Bosty
Bosty goes to SFMOMA
While visiting San Francisco, Bosty decided to check out the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He especially wanted toRead more.
Bosty goes to San Francisco (Again!)
Bosty went to San Francisco again so he could escape the humidity on the East Coast. He decided to start hisRead more.
Bosty goes to the National Gallery
Bosty wanted to explore one of the museums in the Washington, DC area, so he decided to stop by theRead more.