Twisteez Wire

Okay! For people who know me, you know I couldn’t possibly create a blog without including Twisteezwire as one of my creative materials. I grew up with Twisteezwire. My folks began the business by using wire in children’s art classes, and eventually decided to make and sell Twisteezwire as a school art supply. I’ve been involved with the business for over 50 years and I’ve played with it as long as I can remember. I currently manage their website and on-line presence. I also demonstrate how to use Twisteezwire and teach other artists and non-artists to have fun being creative with wire.

Related Twisteez posts: SchoolArts 2013 Magazine, puzzle pieces, found objects

Mural of New York City made using Twisteezwire and recycled materials.

 

 

This mural was made for the 2012 NAEA conference in New York City. I include a lot of recycled materials that I collect. I’ve was invited to teach young art students at a school in Oakland and help them create a school mural. See these images in my blog post.

The Kongs created with recycled egg cartons,