Oil Painting for Kids
with Carol Ligon
MARCH WORKSHOP, Spring Break
Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, 12:30 p.m.—2:00 p.m.
POP ART -- Kids work with whimsical techniques to create their own style of whimsical faces, colors, and form. They will examine their own faces and discover new shapes. They will learn how to showcase their painting with color mixing, underpainting, and layering. Paint happy—it’s fun!
Workshop fee: $80
All materials are included
MAY WORKSHOP, After School
Thursday, May 25 and Friday, May 26, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
FLOWER ART -- This workshop encourages kids to paint in the style of a famous artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, while using expressive flower shapes. Students apply imagination and props to capture an artistic expression. Texture will add a visual interest through flower patterns, forms and shapes. Blooming fun!
These two-day workshops offer artistic expression, where kids experience and develop awareness of art elements -- Line, Shape, Form, Color, Texture, Space and Value. This painting workshop is intended to inspire kids to grab their toolboxes and get busy making art. As the kids create art, they tend to paint as a process, and allow their expressions to show in a natural way. All materials are provided.
FEBRUARY WORKSHOP, After School
Thursday, Feb. 16 and Friday, Feb. 17, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
COLOR EXPLOSION ART -- Kids use fresh, dazzling color, exploring warm, light-value hues; exploring cool, dark value hues. They enjoy the process of painting, which actually improves their performance. Colors that pop -- fun!
Size limit for these workshops is 8 students. Reserving your spot and paying in advance is recommended to secure your child's enrollment.
If you have questions about these classes feel free to e-mail Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two-Day Art Workshops for Kids:
Water-Mixable Oil Paints on Canvas
Ages 9 - 13
JANUARY WORKSHOP, Winter Break
Thursday, Jan. 5 and Friday, Jan. 6, 12:30 p.m.—2:00 p.m.
ADORABLE PET ART -- Kids imagine, dream, create and paint an adorable pet. These charming creatures embody several aspects of art education, including imaginative involvement with the composition, creative process and competence with painting techniques. Expressive fun!