Jake Garfield  

#1 Drawing Films

The first in our series of ROCK PAPER SCISSORS family activity sheets inspires drawing from films! As Jake Garfield describes, ‘I love drawing the glowing screen in the dark. It helps my imagination run wild and can be like entering a dream-world!’


Jake Garfeld uses drawing and printmaking to explore the relationship between images and reality. Exhibitions include The Real Thing, Mercer Chance Gallery, London, 2019; Bunches, Platform Southwark, London, 2018. As ‘Line of Thought,’ Jake links image making to philosophical thinking and group discussion at Royal Academy, Royal Drawing School, Tate, RCA, Whitechapel Gallery and Bow Arts.



Rebecca Griffiths

#2 Tools and Actions

In our second activity sheet Rebecca Griffiths invites children to make drawing tools from everyday household objects and experiment with mark making.

Rebecca Griffiths is an artist who uses sculpture and drawing to explore our relationship to the plethora of massproduced objects and tools that surround us. In her educator role ‘Thinking through Making’ she advocates an exploratory, inventive and tactile approach to drawing and materials, and works with Bow Arts, RIBA and Gerald Moore Gallery. Rebecca is a graduate of the RCA and Falmouth University.






Richard Ayodeji Ikhide

#4 Transformers 

The fourth in our series of activity sheets is devised by Richard Ayodeji Ikhide, stretching your imagination to transform everyday objects found around the house.

Richard Ayodeji Ikhide’s current work deals with exploring the commonality between different ethnicities in society and how we all share overarching principles through mythology. Having previously studied at Central Saint Martins and The Royal Drawing School, his drawings have since been shown in New Contemporaries 2018 as well as a solo show with Zabludowicz Collection, 2019.



Jake Garfield

#5 Face Swap

Jake Garfield's latest activity sheet transforms the idea of wearing a face mask into something playful, asking children to draw what they would want to swap their face with.


Jake Garfeld uses drawing and printmaking to explore the relationship between images and reality. Exhibitions include The Real Thing, Mercer Chance Gallery, London, 2019; Bunches, Platform Southwark, London, 2018. As ‘Line of Thought,’ Jake links image making to philosophical thinking and group discussion at Royal Academy, Royal Drawing School, Tate, RCA, Whitechapel Gallery and Bow Arts.







Eleanor Bedlow 

#6 Squash and Stretch 


Our latest ROCK PAPER SCISSORS activity sheet has been devised by Eleanor Bedlow. Don’t worry about making your drawings look like the real thing - this activity is about expanding your mind to squash and stretch objects beyond recognition! 


Eleanor Bedlow creates a sculptural play area of precarious mixed media artworks. The drawings and sculptures in her work inform each other. Neither just human stand-ins nor simply alien forms, her structures are suspended in balance not only in a physical sense, but also in their existence as inanimate anthropomorphic forms. Eleanor studied drawing at The Prince’s Drawing School 2008 and completed the studio painting programme at the Turps Art School in 2018.





Amy Rose Barnes 

#7 Patterns 


In this week’s activity sheet, Amy Rose Barnes asks you to look closely at natural shapes to draw your own patterns. Start with just one leaf and see where it takes you…


Amy Rose Barnes plays with abstracting nature through the use of drawing, collage, textiles and painting - inspired by commonly observed, but often overlooked, natural lines and patterns. After graduating in BA Painting from Wimbledon College of Art in 2017, Amy has gone on to work as gallery assistant and artist-educator alongside her own artistic practice, with a particular interest in the therapeutic qualities of art on children’s wellbeing.







Jake Garfield

#8 Portraits 

Jake Garfield's latest activity sheet transforms the idea of wearing a face mask into something playful, asking children to draw what they would want to swap their face with.


Jake Garfeld uses drawing and printmaking to explore the relationship between images and reality. Exhibitions include The Real Thing, Mercer Chance Gallery, London, 2019; Bunches, Platform Southwark, London, 2018. As ‘Line of Thought,’ Jake links image making to philosophical thinking and group discussion at Royal Academy, Royal Drawing School, Tate, RCA, Whitechapel Gallery and Bow Arts.






Alice Morey

#9 Memory Game  

Join Alice Morey for this week’s activity which challenges you to draw from memory. Be inspired by a collection of peculiar household objects, look at them carefully, cover and draw what you can remember!


Drawing is at the centre of Alice Morey’s practice which is in a constant flux of processes and experiments with organic materials and rituals. She completed an MA at Chelsea College of Arts 2019 and currently lives in Berlin. Her recent solo show ‘She doesn’t love, she just devours’ was exhibited at The Ryder Projects, London 2019; she was Family Artist-in-Residence at Camden Arts Centre, 2019; and is represented by Lehmann + Silva Gallery.



Eleanor Bedlow

#10 Drawing Sculpture 

Join Eleanor Bedlow to experiment with turning your drawings into sculptures and then back again into drawings! As Eleanor says about her own work, ‘I like the surprise of making something flat stand up!’


Eleanor Bedlow creates a sculptural play area of precarious mixed media artworks. The drawings and sculptures in her work inform each other. Neither just human stand-ins nor simply alien forms, her structures are suspended in balance not only in a physical sense, but also in their existence as inanimate anthropomorphic forms. Eleanor studied drawing at The Prince’s Drawing School 2008 and completed the studio painting programme at the Turps Art School in 2018.




Olivia Twist 

#11 Guess Who? 

In this weeks activity sheet, Olivia Twist invites children to draw themselves with someone they miss or someone they are close to.


Olivia Twist is an artist-illustrator who documents social history as it unfolds. With bold and graphic visual language she depicts everyday places, the mundane and overlooked narratives presenting ‘the shock of the familiar.’ Olivia is committed to making the arts accessible and representative of her local communities. She has an MA in Visual Communication from Royal College of Art, is currently a lecturer at LCC and leads participatory design projects as part of her practice.