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Tuesdays: Grades 4 to 8

Art Around the World is the discovery of 5 genres which includes Egypt, Greece, France, Tibet, and Aboriginal Australia.  Each with it's own significance and importance in contemporary society, children will explore multiple mediums including natural clay, paint, charcoal/graphite, pastels on canvas, wood and paper. Class fee includes supplies for 8 weeks.

  • Learn to draw from photographs using observational techniques
  • Practice watercolor techniques
  • Applying patterns to a piece of art from historical/cultural periods
  • Learn to draw a profile
  • Elements of art (shape/color/line)
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Wednesdays: Grades K to 3

Storybook Art - The wonderful world of Eric Carle is a colorful expression of words and images.  Children will incorporate traditional and non-traditional materials to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces that reflect his artistic styling.  Books will be read out loud.  

  • Mr Seahorse - Clay sculpture with choice tissue overlay
  • The Hungry Caterpillar - Textural pieces are cut and pasted on a acrylic painted background
  • The Tiny Seed - Colored clay pieces emulate flower components and glued onto wood
  • Papa Please Get Me the Moon - Photos of the children will be adhered to a tissue collage
  • Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, too? - Textural pieces are cut and pasted on a watercolor background