Don’t forget to display children’s art at their own eye level. This “gallery space” is a great example that uses black butcher paper and black constuction paper to create a dramatic background for preschool artwork. The gallery is further enhanced by combining 3-D art (coffee filter art) with 2-D art (paintings and yarn collage). Change out your art
displays as often as possible – and make sure everyone’s art is represented.
This second photo shows what hangs overhead in this same room, a 3-D hanging display of CD covers painted with BioColor®. These simple but effective gallery display ideas are from the Hill n Dale Preschool in Santa Monica, CA.