Jodie Hart, Fine Art and Illustration

…because life is beautiful


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For information on classes, to view a course calendar or to register for programs,

please visit The Art Room at  www.art-room.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courses Offered 2016-17

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Primary Level Courses(SK-grade 4) All classes run from 12:15-1:00

PS1 Drawing with Perspective
12:15-1:00 September 12, 19,26, October 3
Fee: $45
A course specifically designed to introduce younger students to perspective in art. Students will explore the art of creating depth and perspective through the creation of three fun art projects. Projects will be done in a variety of drawing media.

PS2 Colour Theory
12:15-1:00 November 14, 21, 28, December 5
Fee: $45
A fun, hands on approach to the basics of colour theory. Students will experiment with mixing their own secondary and tertiary colours and create four projects in a variety of media.

PS3 Landscape Painting
12:15-1:00 February 6, 13, 20, 27
Fee: $45
Students will experiment with a variety of impressionist painting techniques as they create one landscape painting on canvas inspired by Monet’s “A Field of Tulips.”

PS4 Drawing Animals
12:15-1:00 March 6, 20, 27, April 3
Fee: $45
A pencil drawing course that fine tunes drawing skills. Students will learn how to develop a drawing from the planning stage to final rendering and shading.

 

Intermediate Level Courses(grade 5-8) All classes run from 12:15-1:00pm

IS1 Autumn Landscape Painting
12:15-1:00 October 17, 24, 31, November 7
Fee: $50
Students will create one landscape painting in acrylic on canvas. Subject matter will be inspired by the work of the Group of Seven

IS2 Winter Landscape Painting
12:15-1:00 January 9, 16, 23, 30
Fee: $50
Students will learn how to effectively use cool colours in the creation of a winter landscape on canvas.

IS3 Improve your Figure Drawing
1:15-2:00 February 6, 13, 20, 27
Fee: $50
A pencil drawing course that introduces students to the technique of gesture drawing. Students will be encouraged to practice their skills between classes.

IS4 Manga Fun
1:15-2:00 March 6, 20, 27, April 3
Fee: $50
A course for students who have taken “Improve your Figure Drawing” or have some experience drawing the human figure. Students will be introduced to the techniques used by Manga artists and animators and will be encouraged to practice their skills between classes.

Artist of the Month (six classes)
10-11:45 October 31, November 28,January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24
Fee: $120
Class is held once per month. Students will be introduced to the life and work of a well known artist and create an original piece of art inspired by that artist. Students will also be introduced to the important characteristics of the art period in which the artist worked. Six artists will be covered: Munch, Homer, Cezanne, Warhol, VanGogh, Picasso and Seurat

 

 High School Level

A minimum of five students is required to run a high school class. All materials are provided but a set of acrylic paint for home assignments is required. Instructor is not qualified to issue credits, however, all courses are based on the ministry guidelines and a full report of grades will be issued to assist parents in receiving credit for the course.

 

 Grade 9

Dates: Sept 12, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5, Jan 9,Feb 6, Mar 6, Apr 3, May 1, June 5
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history. Students meet with the instructor once a month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

 

Grade 10

Dates:Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 14, Dec 12, Jan 11, Feb 13, Mar 13, Apr 10, May 8, June 12
Time: 10-12:00
Fee: $200

This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in the grade nine course. Classes will balance art history, new media and a refined application of the principles and elements of design. Students will develop drawing and painting skills and learn to analyze works of art and the relationship between form and content. Students meet with the instructor once per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

 

Grade 11

Dates: Sept 26,Oct 24, Nov 21,Dec 19,Jan 23, Feb 20, Mar 20, Apr 17, May 15, May 22
Time: 10-12:00
Fee: $200

This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in grade nine and ten visual art. The course will include an extensive study of design, focusing on composition and the principles of design. In addition students will learn to analyze works of art and discuss how meaning is achieved through the form of the art. Written reports will encourage students to evaluate works using the critical analysis process. Students will take initiative in developing a theme of their choice and exploring it through a variety of media A number of key art works from a variety of cultures and time periods will be studied.

 

Create a Class

Groups of six or more are welcome to book a class. You choose the number of sessions and subject (drawing, painting, mixed media, subject study) Fees are calculated at $10 per student per hour. Depending on subject matter, a materials fee of $5 will be added to that amount. Time slots available for groups to book a class are Fridays between 9:30 and 3:00. Friday slots fill up quickly so book early to avoid disappointment!

 

 


Course Calendar 2015-16

 

SUMMER ART WEEK 2016: July 4-7

Registration is on a first come first served basis. Spaces are limited; return registration form and payment to secure a spot.pdficon_largeClick here to download registration form

 

 “Catch the Art Bug” (Ages 6-8)

10-11:30

July 4, 5, 6 and 7

Fee: $55

An introduction to a variety of art media. Students will explore sculpture, water colour, acrylic paint, ink and pastels while creating fun projects on the theme of insects. Art materials will be messy, so please dress students accordingly.

*A second session is being offered August 15, 16, 17 & 18, 2:30-3:45 pm

 

 

Manga, Animation and Claymation (Ages 9-13)

12:30-2:15

July 4, 5, 6 and 7

Fee: $65

In this fun summer course students will practice drawing the human figure in both traditional and manga style. Students will also learn the art of stop motion animation and create a short claymation movie.

 

Landscape Painting (Ages 9-13)

2:30-4:15

July 4, 5, 6 and 7

Fee: $75

A step by step course that will introduce students to a variety of traditional painting techniques. Students will produce one 9 x 12 landscape painting in acrylic on canvas.

 

Art Fun for the Christmas Holidays!

A one-day painting workshop will be held on Monday, December 21. Students will paint a winter scene in acrylic on canvas. Christmas carols will be playing and (nut free) treats will be served to make the workshop fun and festive. All materials, as well as paint shirts, will be provided. Only six spaces are available for each time slot, so register early to avoid disappointment!

Primary(Grades 1-4)

10:00-11:45 am

Fee: $25

Intermediate(Grades 5-8)

12:30-2:30

Fee: $25

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Summer Art Week

August 24-27 (Monday-Thursday) 1:30-2:45 pm

Fee: $60

This four session painting workshop will introduce kids aged 8-12 to several techniques for using acrylic paint. Students will study the work of several prominent Canadian landscape artists and follow steps to produce one painting on canvas. A fun way to end the summer…no experience is necessary and all materials are provided.

Registration

To register for 2015-16 classes, download the registration form. Mail completed form with payment to 69 Victor Blvd. Box 627, St.George, ON N0E 1N0. Spots cannot be reserved by phone and registration cannot be done by phone or email. Classes fill up quickly…register early to avoid disappointment.

Create a Class

Groups of six or more students are welcome to contact me about arranging a class. Groups may select the time, number of classes and course material. Time slots are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Class fees are estimated based on $10 per hour per student plus materials (materials fee varies depending on course content)

Primary Painting Workshops Ages 5-8

All classes are held on Monday afternoons from 1-1:55 pm. Students will create a painting on canvas following a step-by-step format. All materials, as well as paint shirts, are provided.

PP1 Autumn Goldfinch(FULL)
Fee: $50
September 14, 21, 28, October 5

PP2 Winter Chickadee(FULL)
Fee: $50
October 19, 26, November 2, 9

PP3 Vincent VanGogh, Almond Blossoms
Fee: $50
January 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1

PP4 Claude Monet, Waterlily Bridge
Fee: $50
Feb. 8, 22, 29, March 7

PP5 Eric Carle, Mixed Media Collage(FULL)
Fee: $45
March 21, 28, April 4
Students will be introduced to the work of Eric Carle. The first two classes will be spent exploring different painting techniques to achieve a variety of colour, value and texture on large sheets of paper. Students will then use their painted sheets to compose an original collage. This hands on class will be very messy, so please dress students accordingly!

Intermediate Classes Ages 9-13

All classes will be held on Monday afternoons from 2:05-3:00 pm. Students will study the life and work of a featured artist. They will be introduced to a variety of painting techniques and follow steps to create a painting in acrylic on canvas. All materials, as well as paint shirts, are provided.

IP1 The Group of Seven(FULL)
Fee: $50
September 14, 21, 28, October 5

IP2 Vincent VanGogh(FULL)
Fee: $50
October 19, 26, November 2, 9

IC3 Claude Monet(FULL)
Fee: $50
January 11, 18, 25, Feb.1

IC4 Georgia O’Keefe
Fee: $50
Feb. 8, 22, 29, March 7

High School Level

A minimum of four students is required in each class. All materials are provided but a set of acrylic paint for home assignments is required. Instructor is not qualified to issue credits, however, all courses cover the required topics for credit and a full report of grades will be issued to assist parents in receiving credit for the course.

Grade Nine
Dates: First Monday of each month
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history. Students meet with the instructor once a month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

Grade Ten
Dates: Third Monday of each month
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in the grade nine course. Classes will balance art history, new media and a refined application of the principles and elements of design. Students will develop drawing and painting skills and learn to analyze works of art and the relationship between form and content. Students meet with the instructor once per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

Grade Eleven
Dates: Second and fourth Monday of each month, September-January
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in grade nine and ten visual art. Students will take initiative in developing a theme of their choice and exploring it through various media. The course will include an extensive study of design, focusing on composition and the principles of design. In addition students will learn to analyze works of art and discuss how meaning is achieved through the form of the art. Art history will form a major component of the course.

Grade Twelve
Dates: Second and fourth Monday of each month, February-June
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course develops the personal style of the student through studio projects and independent study. It includes an in-depth analysis of eight periods of art history including work from Antiquity, Gothic sculpture, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism. Students must complete a report on each period which includes a drawing and an analysis of how that particular work fits into its period. A final test will require students to identify pieces of art studied as well as to place a piece of art into its historical context. Studio projects include life drawing, portraiture and still life. Students will be required to complete an independent painting to reinforce skills learned in class.

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Summer Art Week

July 6-9 (Monday-Thursday)
Primary: 9:45-10:45
Intermediate: 11:00-12:15
Advanced: 1:15-2:30

Fee: $60 per student (all materials included) Efforts will be made to keep siblings in different age groups together for your convenience.

Enrollment is limited and registrations will be confirmed on a first come first served basis. To register, return completed registration form with payment to 69 Victor Blvd Box 627, St.George, N0E 1N0. Spots cannot be reserved by phone.

Primary(age 5-8): Students will be introduced to the wonderful art of Eric Carle. The first two classes will be spent exploring different painting techniques to achieve a variety of colour, value and texture on large sheets of paper. Students will then use their painted sheets to compose an original collage. This hands on class will be very messy, so please dress students accordingly!

Intermediate (age 9-12): Students will be introduced to the elements of line, form and pattern and will learn to develop these elements in the creation of zentangles. Zentangle art is a fun and slightly addictive art form that allows artists to push the limits of the creative process while learning about the various elements of art. A variety of zentangle based art works will be created throughout the week.

Advanced (13 and up): A guided painting course for students with previous art experience or who are over the age of 13. Students will create a landscape painting in acrylic on canvas following steps directed by the instructor. The course will teach techniques that will help students bring their own art to the next level.

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Course Calendar 2014-15

All materials are provided for all courses. A minimum of four students is required for every course. Please note that “open” courses are suitable for any age. Registration form is available to download at the bottom of the page. Return completed form with payment before September 12 to guarantee enrolment. Registration for high school level courses should be received before September 1. Click here to download the registration form.

Elementary Level

Primary Painting, Grade K-4

Dates: Four Mondays, September 15-October 6
Time: 1-2:00 pm
$55
Students will learn simple guidelines for composition and produce four landscape paintings. This fun, hands on course allows young children to explore the full range of possibilities in acrylic paint. No previous art experience is necessary.

Intermediate Painting, Grade 5-8

Dates: Four Mondays, October 20-November 10
Time: 1-2:00pm
$55
This course will allow students to fine tune their art skills through the production of one landscape painting on canvas. Students will learn a range of painting techniques and simple composition rules. No previous art experience is necessary.

Sketchbook Class, Open (Waiting List)

Dates: Six Fridays, January 9-February 13
Time: 1-2:00 pm
$65
This course will cover basic drawing techniques and will introduce students to methods for drawing some favourite subject matter including people, faces, horses and other animals. Students will receive assignments that will encourage them to practice the skills they have learned between classes. All work will be done in a hard cover sketchbook (provided.) A good set of drawing pencils for assignments at home would be an asset, but is not necessary.

High School Level (Register Before September 1)

A minimum of four students is required in each class. All materials are provided, however, a set of acrylic paint for home assignments is required. Instructor is not

qualified to issue credits, however, all courses cover the required topics for credit and a full report of grades will be issued to assist parents in receiving credit for the course.

Grade Nine

Dates: Second Monday of each month
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history. Students meet with the instructor once a month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

Grade Ten
Dates: Fourth Monday of each month
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in the grade nine course. Classes will balance art history, new media and a refined application of the principles and elements of design. Students will develop drawing and painting skills and learn to analyze works of art and the relationship between form and content. Students meet with the instructor once per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

 

Summer Art Week: July 22-25, 2014 (Tuesday to Friday)

“Creating with Perspective”

This course introduces students to four fun ways of using perspective to create beautiful pieces of art. Students will be exposed to some of history’s great artists and experiment with resist painting, chalk pastel, acrylic paint and watercolour.

Fee: $60.00

Primary Level: Ages 5-9 *CLASS IS FULL*

1:15-2:30

Intermediate Level: Ages 10-14

2:45-4:00

Registration Deadline: July 7, 2014.

Return completed form with payment to:
69 Victor Blvd Box 627, St.George, ON N0E 1N0
*Enrollment will not be guaranteed until forms are received.

Click here to download the registration form.

 

 

Courses Offered September 2013 – June 2014

All materials are provided for all courses. A minimum of four students is required for every course. Please note that “open” courses are suitable for any age, including Moms!  Return completed form with payment before September 3, 2013 to guarantee enrollment. Registration for high school level courses should be received before September 1, 2013. The registration form is available to download here.

High School Level

 A minimum of four students is required in each class. Materials are provided, however, a set of acrylic paint for home assignments is required.

Grade Nine
Dates: First Friday of each month
Time: 10-12:00
$200
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history. Students meet with the instructor once a month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

 Grade Twelve

Dates: Third Friday of each month

Time: 10-12:00

$200

This course develops the personal style of the student through studio projects and independent study. It includes an in-depth analysis of eight periods of art history including work from Antiquity, Gothic sculpture, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism. Students must complete a report on each period which includes a drawing and an analysis of how that particular work fits into its period. A final test will require students to identify pieces of art studied as well as to place a piece of art into its historical context. Studio projects include life drawing, portraiture and still life. Students will be required to complete an independent painting to reinforce skills learned in class.

 Elementary Level

 Drawing Basics

This course introduces basic drawing technique and improves observation skills through drawing exercises, shading practice and drawing assignments.

Dates: September 16, 30, October 7, 21

Beginner: 12:30-1:45

Advanced: 1:45-2:55

$50

 Life Drawing

Students will learn to draw people convincingly using the gesture drawing method.

Dates: October 28, November 4, 11, 18, 25, December 2

Beginner: 12:45-1:45

Advanced: 1:45-2:45

$60

Media Exploration (Open)

A fun course where students can try out oil and chalk pastels, print making, paint and some non-traditional art media.

Dates: January 13, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17

1:00-2:00

$65

 Painting (Open)

Four two-hour sessions are open to all ages, including interested parents.  Participants will learn basic painting technique and create one painting on canvas.

Dates: February 24, March 3, 17, 24

12:45-2:45

$85

 Three Drawing Sessions

These three sessions are designed to work together to teach students observation skills and realistic drawing technique.  Material is suitable for both beginners and advanced students. All sessions are from 1-2:00 pm.

Session One: Object Drawing

September 6, 13, 20, 27, October 4, 11

$60

Session Two: Life Drawing

January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14

$60

Session Three: Perspective

May 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6, 13

$60

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Summer Art Week: July 22-25, 2013

Two painting workshops will be offered the week of July 22. Registration deadline for Summer Art Week is July 19, 2013.

Introduction to Landscape Painting

Ages: 5-8

Time: 10:30-11:45, Monday to Thursday

$60

This class teaches young children the basics of painting. Each class will begin with drawing exercises and a look at landscape paintings by Canadian artists. Students will then work on their own landscape paintings. They will produce three small paintings over the course of the week.

 

Peggy’s Cove Landscape Workshop *CLASS IS FULL*

Ages 9-14

Time: 1-2:45, Monday to Thursday

$75

In this workshop students will produce a large painting of the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse in acrylic on canvas. Throughout the process they will be exposed to a number of different painting techniques. This workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced art students.

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 Courses Offered September 2012 – June 2013

All materials are provided for all courses. A minimum of four students is required for every course. Please note that “open” courses are suitable for any age, including Moms! Registration form is available to download at the bottom of the page. Return completed form with payment before September 24 to guarantee enrolment. Registration for high school level courses should be received before September 1. 

 

Elementary Level

Four Seasons Landscape Painting
This course consists of four workshops. Students will produce four different landscapes, one from each season. Focus will be on the Canadian landscape.
Dates: October 3, December 5, March 6, May 1
Time: 1:00-3:30
Level: grades 4-8
$120

Painting for Primary Students
Children love to paint. This introductory course will expose them to techniques in watercolour, acrylic, resist and tempera paints.
Dates: October 10, 17, 24, November 7, 14, 21
Time: 1:00-2:00
Level: K-grade 3
$75

Artist of the Month
This class is held once a month. Student will be introduced to ten well-known artists and learn about the different periods of art history and various media. Except for December and June, it is held on the last Wednesday of the month.
Dates: September 26, October 31, November 28, December 12, January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, May 29, June 19
Time: 1:00-2:30
Level: grade 4-8
$150

Paint a Lighthouse
In this two-session workshop students will paint a lighthouse landscape in acrylic on canvas.
Dates: January 16, 30
Time: 1:00-3:00
Level: grade 4-8
$45

Nature Drawing: Birds and Botany
This six-week drawing course introduces techniques for drawing nature. Students will learn to observe detail and produce accurate drawings.
Dates: April 3, 10, 17, May 8, 15, 22
Time: grades 1:00-3: 1:00-1:55
grades 4-8: 2:05-3:00
(for your convenience siblings in different age groups may register in the same time slot.)
$60

Monet, A Field of Tulips (Open)
Create a copy of Monet’s painting in acrylic on canvas. This class teaches techniques for painting impressionist landscape.
Dates: February 13, 20
Time: 1:00-3:00
Level: all ages. (including Moms)
$45

VanGogh, Almond Blossoms (Open)
Create an acrylic painting on canvas inspired by VanGogh’s Almond Blossoms.
Dates: March 13, 20 *please note that March 13 is during March Break.
Time: 1:00-3:00
Level: all ages (including Moms)
$45

Custom Classes
If you have a small group that would like an art course, please inquire. You choose dates, times and subject matter. For your calculations, pricing is based on $10 per student per hour. Certain courses have a material fee in addition.

Highschool Level

A minimum of four students is required in each class. Materials are provided, however, a set of acrylic paint for home assignments is required.

Grade Nine
Dates: First Friday of each month
Time: 1-3:00
$200
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history. Students meet with the instructor once a month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.
Course meets requirements for a high school art credit.

Grade Ten
Dates: Second and Fourth Friday of each month, September to January
Time: 1:00-3:00
$200
This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in the grade nine course. Classes will balance art history, new media and a refined application of the principles and elements of design. Students will develop drawing and painting skills and learn to analyze works of art and the relationship between form and content. Students meet with the instructor twice per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

Grade Eleven
Dates: Second and fourth Friday of each month, February to June
Time: 1:00-3:00
$200
This course will allow students to develop skills acquired in grade nine and ten art. Students will take initiative in developing their own theme and explore it through various media. The course will include an extensive study of design and illustration, focusing on composition and the principles of design. In addition students will learn to analyze works of art and discuss how meaning is achieved through the form of the art. Art history will form a major component of the course. Students meet with the instructor twice per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes. Students (and parents) should be prepared to incorporate art homework into their daily schedule for the duration of the class.

Registration

Registration is now closed.


Classes offered 2011-2012

Grade Nine
This course provides a foundation for further study in the visual arts. Students will experiment with different media as they explore the art produced by a variety of cultures. They will learn to analyze various forms of art and place them in an historical context. There is a strong emphasis on the elements and principles of design, colour theory and art history.
Students meet with the instructor once per month. The majority of the studio component of the course is done independently between classes.
Course meets requirements for a high school art credit.

Drawing Basics for Young Beginners (K to Grade 3)
Four sessions, one hour each.
A fun and simple way to learn the basics of drawing. Students will learn techniques that will help them draw realistically and confidently.

Drawing Basics for Older Students (Grades 4-8)
Four sessions, one hour each.
Ideal for beginners and experienced students who want to brush up on their drawing skills. Course covers techniques for drawing realistically and introduces perspective and shading.

Drawing People (Grades 4-8)
Three sessions, two hours each.
An in-depth study of drawing the human figure using the gesture technique. This technique makes it easy to draw even the most difficult poses. Includes portraiture.

Primary Media Exploration (K to Grade 3)
Six sessions, one hour each.
This “just for fun” course introduces young children to the joy of artistic media. Students will experiment with chalk and oil pastel, acrylic paint, watercolour and sculpture. Paint shirts are provided.

Drawing Horses (Grades 4-8)
Four sessions, one hour each.
Students will learn techniques for drawing horses realistically in various poses.

Winter Landscape Painting (Grades 4-8)
Three sessions, one hour each.
Paint a winter landscape. Students will learn basic painting techniques and bring home a masterpiece.

Lighthouse Painting (Grades 4-8)
Four sessions, two hours each.
Students will learn basic paintings techniques and apply them to a landscape painting of a lighthouse.

Still Life Painting with Mom (Grades 4-8)
Three sessions, two hours each.
Moms, join your kids and discover the joy of painting. You will learn basic painting techniques and apply them to a still life floral painting. (Yes, you can do it!)

Impressionist Landscape Painting with Mom (Grades 4-8)
Four sessions, two hours each.
A study of Impressionist painting techniques. Students will paint a copy of Monet’s “A field of Tulips”

Perspective for Primary Students
Three sessions, one hour each.
A drawing course for younger beginners. Students will improve their drawing skills as they learn four methods of creating perspective.

Painting for Primary Students
Six sessions, one hour each.
Young beginners will learn painting techniques and apply them to various subject matter. A fun and simple way to learn to paint confidently.

Custom classes are also available for groups of four or more. You determine subject matter and length of class.

 


Published by admin, on June 5th, 2013 at 10:53 pm.