Trending Articles

Friends of SOAR

For great posts about the business of art, check out The Artsy Shark HERE! reviews competitions and appeals seeking creative content, listing those that respect your copyrights and highlighting those that don't. Art Matters! publishes calls to artists, and not all of them may be compliant with ABoR's standards. Visit their site to learn more.
We support the Embedded Metadata Manifesto.  Metadata is information such as copyright notice and contact info you can embed in your images to protect your intellectual property, save time when uploading to social sites and promote your art. Click to visit the site and learn more.

Natural Earth Paint Mentioned in Green Child Magazine: Eco-Friendly Outdoor Party Ideas for Kids

Check out some great eco-friendly outdoor birthday party ideas.

green child magazine article

Please read the full article here in the Green Child Magazine website:



Featured on The Tot: Natural Easter Egg Craft Ideas for your Toddler

Super Creative Natural Easter Crafts for your toddler to make or give as an Easter gift!

Please read the full article here on The Tot’s Blog:

Natural Face Paint Kit featured in Reader’s Digest!

Our Face Paint Kit have been featured in Reader’s Digest! Read on how our clay and mineral-based face and body paints can add a bit of spice to an Winter indoor date. Children’s Earth Paints included in "Stuff those Stockings"

Local Raleigh, North Carolina news organization featured Children’s Earth Paint’s in their article “Stuff those Stockings.” 

To read the full article, please click here.

Natural Face Paint Kit reviewed on The Modern Box Love

For all of you who have been in a long-term relationship, we encourage you to check out The Modern Love Box, which is a subscription box curated for couples. Each box aims to help long-term relationships nix boredom and keep that intimate, romantic spark alive. Our Natural Face Paint Kit was recently included in one of their monthly boxes.

Featured on Eco Home: DIY Recipe for Natural Healthy Paint

Read our latest feature in Eco Home, where Natural Earth Paint founder, Leah Fanning, shares a DIY recipe for natural house paint that is non-toxic, cheap and easy to make and provides a beautiful texture to walls.



Featured on Blog Kelly’s Thoughts on Things – Holiday Gift Guide for Kids!

Kelly’s Thoughts on Things

Featured in the Huffington Post: The Holiday Gift Guide for the Traveling Artist

Artists can be hard to shop for. There are so many supplies out there that you could end up buying your artistic dad oil paints when his preferred medium are pastels or you know the exact area of their expertise but the tools they need are extremely expensive. Never fear, here are some great gift alternatives to gift that artist in your life who is constantly traveling but could use something a bit nice this holiday season. Take a look at Huffington Post’s Holiday Gift Guide and see what would work for you artist!
Read the full article HERE.

Natural Earth Paint featured in Mother Earth Living Magazine: Jumpstart to Sustainable Holiday Shopping

Americans spend over 1 trillion dollars on holiday shopping. The Environmental Protection Agency reports a 25 percent increase of waste from Thanksgiving to Christmas. It’s our responsibility to reduce the environmental impact through shopping sustainable. Natural Earth Paint was mentioned in Mother Earth Living Magazine’s current holiday guide for earth-friendly gift suggestions. Read the article (click image below) and get inspired!



Blogged on Cera de Colores: The use of Natural Earth Paint in Art Therapy

Blogger and mother, Ariane, from Brazil writes about her experience using Natural Earth Paint during her Art Therapy sessions on her blog Cera de Colores.

In her words…

“For me it is very important to know where the materials I use in my creativity workshops come from with the children and also with the adults in the art therapy sessions. I believe that working with 100% natural materials gives me a truth in a world in which we have less and less idea of ​​where things come from and there are more counterfeits of all kinds of materials. Likewise, the stimuli and sensations that children and adults can receive with these materials already make a great job for themselves and are even part of the therapy.”

To read the full blog post, click here