Art Lesson

Easter Holiday Classes

MIXED MEDIA BOARD
WEDNESDAY 30TH MARCH – 1.00-3.30PM
Mini-artists will be given a series of challenges, time trials and secret code words to draw inspiration from to create their own 30 X 40 cm canvas board art using a wide range of media.
$35 EACH

FURNITURE PAINTING
THURSDAY 31ST MARCH – 10AM-12PM
Experimenting with acrylic techniques and colour schemes to create your own unique 50x50cm table. Students will be involved in sanding, priming and planning of their piece as well as constructing their table from a flat pack! (Essential life skill!)
$35 EACH

ART JOURNALLING/BOOK BINDING
THURSDAY 7 APRIL – 10AM-12PM
Students will spend an hour creating short artworks through a series of art therapy based activities concentrating on “safe places”, “good words” and creating pictures from poetry imagery. We will then bind them into a hard covered journal with needle and thread.
$35 EACH

For bookings contact Alissa on 0400 382 617

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Surrealism, sketching, Pop Art and painting our hands!

This week in the studio we’ve had sketching art classes, Pop Art with homeschoolers, surrealism landscape painting, and our Wednesday Expression Session was all about painting on materials other than paper. We gave the students wood, bark, sticks, clay – an array of non paper materials, and the most popular material they found to paint on?? Themselves! Hair, hands and noses were a favourite. Check out Zale below, with his lizard skin hand!!

 

Pop Art from the Flourish Education Services Homeschool Group

^ Pop Art from the Flourish Education Services Homeschool Group

 

Surrealism Landscape Art Lesson

^ Holly (10) Tuesday afternoon class. Surrealism Landscape showing perspective.

 

Painting without paper.

Students experimenting with painting on things other than paper in our Wednesday Expression Session.

 

The Wednesday Expression Sessions have really turned into an inspiration finding journey for many of our students, and some of the creations that have come out of it have been amazing!! We are loving seeing how our mini-artists are able to interpret the techniques we show them and turn them into creations that speak volumes about who they are.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my newsletter to keep up to date with what’s happening in the studio on a regular basis. Competitions, monthly specials and links to blogs and competition will all happen in the newsletter.

Also if you have any of your own mini-artist work to share find us on facebook to be a part of the our art challenges and get tips to help your mini-artist in their creations.

 

Happy creating, beautiful souls.

Alissa x

 

One point Perspective drawing

I couldn’t find any videos that related to using scale in one point perspective, so stay tuned. I’ll create one!

For now, these are a few simple to follow videos and how-to art lessons:

This youtube video is a simple, non technical version of one point perspective. It shows an interior being drawn in one point perspective on a computer in less that 2 minutes, but the steps and concepts are exactly the same as if you were drawing it with pencil and ruler. You may need to pause the video to keep up!

A slightly longer (15 minute) video, which is a little more technical and shows the artist using his pencil (but still no ruler!) This is a great video to understand how perspective affects the visual size of buildings in a drawing.

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This one is a written tutorial for those who don’t want to watch a video – this tutorial is quite in depth, although very easy to read and understand. I like this one because he uses a ruler. Hooray!

 

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This one could be my favourite! This tutorial transfers all the knowledge into an really easy version of perspective that you can teach to 7-13 year olds.

I’m in the process of creating some videos that include scale in perspective with lots more ruler work.

If there are any questions or if there’s anything you’d like me to cover in my perspective video please feel free to email me.

 

Alissa x

 

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One Point Perspective Painting Artlis Studios Junior Homeschool Group (Yatala)

 

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