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.
JUNE: Modern Art:
June 1: Picasso and cubism: incorporating stages of motion into a drawing. Pastels.
June 8: Henry Mattise and colorful silhouettes: creating a still life from nature using paper cutouts.
June 15: Gustav Klimt: Including ornaments into realistic drawings. Markers, color pencils.
June 22: Alberto Giacometti: sculpting a walking person.
June 29: Giorgio de Chirico: creating a surrealistic landscape with a strong perspective. Watercolor.
JULY: Realisms of XX Century
July 6: Norman Rockwell and the art of Illustration.
July 13: Andrew Wyeth: the Power of a Realistic Detail. Drawing a realistic landscape from a photograph. Color pencils.
July 20: Grandma Moses and naive art: a scene from a student’s everyday life. Markers, paper.
July 27: Roberto Bernardi and hyperrealism. Painting a hyperrealistic candy. Acrylics.
August 3: Abstract Expressionists: Pollock, Jones, Sam Francis, Lee Krasner, Robert Motherwell.
August 10: Banksy: minimalistic storytelling. Drawing an expressive figure using only two tones: black and white. Ink on paper.
August 17: Roy Lichtenstein. Creating a painting on canvas, inspired by Comic Art. Acrylics.
August 24: Frank Stella: Creating an abstract colorful 3D relief. Recycling materials
August 31: Hayo Myadzaki