Thursday, February 9, 2012

Older Classes: Oil Painting Farmhouse and India Ink Abstract

Farmhouse at Sunset
The Oil Painting class, ages 12 and up have done a beautiful job on thier Farmhouse at Sunset paintings. Great job to Saige age 12 (above) and Bethany age 12 (below).
India Ink Special Effects!
Boys class ages 7th grade have been learning how to use India Inks for a big project. This month we experimented with washes, salt, dropping in colors and blowing ink with a straw. Next, we will apply these special effects to our bigger project.

Teacher Example
Cameron age 12
Spencer age 13
Zachary age 12


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