Discover incredible artworks and find your inspiration in The Metropolitan Museum of Art!
Cut, stick, paint and draw with these awesomely arty activities inspired by real masterpieces. An artistic cheetah leads you through the museum as you explore and discover amazing pieces from The Met. Follow the prompts to create your own works of art! Turn your hand to artistic techniques like pointillism and sgraffito and have a go at making clay sculptures and relief prints. With space for you to try out each idea and amazing facts to read, you’ll find all the inspiration you need to make art and have fun.
has written over forty books for children. She developed the award-winning book about art, Why Is Art Full of Naked People
, and the Modern Art Explorer
Praise for Modern Art Explorer: “Without doubt, it is a very good thing that there are bright lights out there like Alice Harman, the book’s inventive writer.”
—Frank Viva, The New York TimesKimberlie Clinthorne Wong
is an Asian-American illustrator, designer, and ceramicist from Hawaii. She received a BFA in Drawing from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a BFA in Illustration from Art Center of Design. She currently travels between tropical Honolulu, Hawaii, and temperate Michigan, where she is based.