In this class we used some of our past vacation photos to paint a fun memory. Remember when we could travel? We focused on foreground, middle ground and back ground as well as adding people to the scene. Some worked from one photo and some combined multiple images to recreate our memory.
The art on this page was created the many students of my DO MORE OF IT Class: A Creativity Challenge held twice a month on Zoom.
This was an introductory fellowship class for a Bible Study on the book of Genesis lead by Jennifer K. This art was created in 7 steps. Beautiful creations! More art to come!
In this challenge we took apart the subject piece by piece as we drew it! We rearranged the parts into a whole new design! Some are orderly and lined up. Some are exploded or randomly arranged. Our personalities show in the compositions!
We can’t go in person, but we can pretend we are there. I taught a class with IlChiostro and we pretended that we were able to see all 5 towns in just a few hours using my photos from my last Workshop. Here are the wonderful results! More to come soon…
In this class, we focused on the DETAILS! We found the little things in our subject that interested us and spent some time drawing and painting them in great detail. It was very fun!
I taught the Vienna Arts Society Artists a Fearless Drawing Class!Everyone drew with their Non-Dominant hand and came up with these wonky and wonderful pieces!
In this class everyone found the words to their poem already written on a page full of words. They blacked out the words NOT in the poem. Then they decorated and embellished their page. It was a very fun thing to do! It’s called Black Out Poetry ‘invented’ by Austin Kleon. Thanks for the idea, …
In this class, the artists use their photos to zoom in closer and closer in different areas as they discovered various compositions, shapes and textures in a whole new way. Look at the results!
In this Creativity Challenge, each artist painted various papers with colors and textures. Using this new paper and many other found papers, the paintings were cut and redesigned into a whole new painting!
Look what happened when the artists drew their hand with their non-dominant hand!
Using watercolors and ink everyone painted beautiful imaginary flowers. It was all about the amount of water on the brush, the choice of colors and the twisted brush stroke.
I taught an Pentecost themed art lesson after Church via Zoom. See how everyone did!