The are curious and self-confident, open to new ideas, and certain about what they like. They are what many adult artists dream to be.
We find it very important for young artists to know, that Fine Art is not about just following step-by-step instructions.
We teach them to create something brand new, using the endless resource of their imagination.
All they need is encouragement and advice, which we are always happy to provide.
4-7 yrs - online 2020
JUNE: Pencil Crash Course
Materials: graphite pencils of various softness: 2H, H, B, 4B or 6B, eraser, needed eraser, color pencils, mixed media paper.
Week of June 1-7:
Escher and Shading techniques: drawing small objects alike.
Week of June 8-14:
Facial Expressions: learning to represent emotions on human and animal faces
Week of June 15-21:
David Hockney and color pencil drawing techniques.
Week of June 22-29:
Banksy and the use of a silhouette.
JULY: Watercolor Crash Course
Materials: Watercolor round brushes, watercolor, watercolor paper, H or HB pencil, eraser.
Week of June 29-July 5:
Maximillian Voloshin: watercolor landscape based on flat washes.
Week of July 6-12:
Endre Penovác: watercolor animals a-la-prima (wet-on-wet).
Week of July 13-19:
Jade Purple Brown and the use of color pallets.
Week of July 20-26:
Mavrina and Fairy-tales.
AUGUST: Contemporary Art, mixed media
Materials: Acrylics, brushes, oven-bake clay, old magazines, scissors, brushes, pencils, eraser.
Week of July 27- August 2:
Andy Warholl and Pop-Art. Making a collage.
Week of August 3-9:
Yahoi Kusama. Living in the world of patterns. Oven-bake clay, acrylics.
Week of August 10-16:
Erwin Wurm: Absurdist Sculpture. Oven-bake clay.
Week of August 17-22:
Jeorgia O'Keefe: Painting a portrait of a Flower.
Week of August 24-30:
Anime: Drawing a pokemon with a trainer.