Saturday, November 30, 2019

Fall 2019: "Medieval Art"

 A look at our projects that we created this past fall for the Children's classes.  This is ages 5-12.

Knight Drawings
The kids learned how to draw "circle person" so we could focus on body proportions.  Then we used armour to complete our drawings.  Then the kids traced them in sharpie.  Some classes had time to color as well.  I love these!
By Keenan, age 10

By Grace, age 11

By Nathan, age 6

By Eve, age 6

Watercolor Castles
Remember those "Choose your own adventure" novels?  Well, that's a little bit like how I teach art.  The kids follow along with me for half the class to get instruction on shapes, relationships, perspective, paitning techniques etc.  Then they get to add their own ideas and creativity.  That's what makes these so great!

3 Dimensional Dragons
The art students always love to work with Crayola Model Magic.  It's my favorite way to create 3-D projects for kids and it's so versatile!  

Stained Glass Windows
We learned about designing in a simple way using organic shapes or geometric shapes and creating pretend lead lines to make it look more like a stained glass window.  Painting on acrylic sheets is a fun and safe way to resemble glass.

See All of the projects HERE

Summer 2019 Teen/pre teen Art classes

Zoo Animal Art

Here's a look at these very creative pieces done by the Teen (ages 12 & up) and the 10-12 year old classes during the summer.  We had a great time creating all kinds of art with the Zoo animal theme.

Zentangle Animals in Sharpie on watercolors and India Inks

Illustration Marker Giraffes and Lions

Woodburned Animals

Colorful Zebras in Prismacolor Pencil

Summer 2019: Teen Oil Painting

Zoo Animal Paintings
As part of our curriculum we took a sketching field trip to the Utah Hogle Zoo then the students painted their favorite animals using a realistic approach or colorful composition. 

By Caislin, age 16

By Rori, age 13

By Brooklyn, age 14

By Rori, age 13

By Bridger, age 11

By Gracie, age 12
Demonstration during class by Nicole, instructor
Stansbury Park Plein Air workshops
As part of this year's oil painting curriculum, I taught a workshop on how to paint local trees in the studio and then we went out to paint in Stansbury Park at the Millpond.  It was quite messy but the kids were really good at going for it!  We finished our paintings later on in the studio.

A little bit of drawing description for trees

By Bridger, age 11

A look at our view as we were outside painting

By Brooklyn, age 14

By Nicole, instructor

See more Oil Paintings from our class HERE