Kids will observe how Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings are built up with many small marks of different colors next to each other and that’s what makes his paintings sing! They will then get to try their own hand at it.
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We will be looking at Alexander Calder’s wire portrait sculptures and then creating one of their own.
We will look at how Mary Cassatt lovingly transforms mundane moments between mother and child into soft beautiful works of art. Kids will then reflect on a moment they experience with their own mother and illustrate it with pastels.
Kids will look at the gradual steps that Piet Mondrian took going from natural to highly abstract and then give it a whirl themselves.
Kids will learn to use atmospheric perspective to create the illusion of depth in their own Mt Fiji and wave paintings.
For our final Art Express of the season, kids will use acrylic paint, a mirror and symbolism to paint a self-portrait that not only resembles them, but tells something about them.
Kids will use tints, shades and value to make their cake drawings appear three dimensional.
Kids will have fun making several of these painted feather pins!
Kids will have fun learning about texture and form making these beautiful magnets.
Kids will enjoy the process of each stage in completing these pieces.