HOMESCHOOLING

It is often a challenge to incorporate a solid and versatile art program into a busy schedule of homeschoolers. In a core of our homeschooling course lays our well tested original program which incorporates art history, art exploration and skill development. We believe that art should be an important part of education but we also believe that learning art should be a joyful and fun experience.

Our course consists of carefully planned topics covering art from ancient civilizations to modern. Short lecture introduces a topic, following by an art project, allowing kids to explore new technics and styles. Each lesson covers major styles and artists of the period.

Please fill out form at the bottom of this page for more information on any of the class subjects listed.

8 weeks per session
Monday - Friday (please choose one day per week)
Noon - 2pm

Email Chris directly to discuss choosing one of the many topics on the list.

4th - 8th grade program:

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  • Ancient Greek vases. Greek patterns, acrylic.

  • Egyptian murals. Canon of human proportions, acrylics.

  • Chinese Clay soldiers. Sculpting a human figure, clay.

  • Faum (Roman) portraits. Selfportrait (face), pastels.

  • Greek gods and monsters, watercolor/pencil.

  • Mosaics of Ravenna, acrylics.

  • Gothic architecture. Himeras, clay.

  • Halloween decoration. Skeleton study.

  • Selfportrait (full figure) in halloween costume.

  • Medieval manuscripts. Painted initial, acrylics.

  • Animal anatomy, clay.

  • Thanksgiving cards. Drawing a bird, watercolor/pencil.

  • Study of small objects. Renaissance perspective, chalk on colored paper.

  • Renaissance perspective applied. Architectural study, acrylics.

  • Medieval knights. Drawing a horse (or a unicorn:), media of a choice.

  • Classical relief (cameo). Clay.

  • Classical painting: still life (compositional sketches, drawing), watercolor, pencil.

  • Classical painting: still life (colors and textures of the objects), aclylics.

  • Classical painting: still life (details, final touches), acrylics.

  • Barocco & Rococo decorations, clay.

  • Valentine’s day card, construction paper, watercolor.

  • Classical painting: composition with human figures (sketches), media of a choice.

  • Japanese etching, watercolor, ink.

  • Sketches from a live model, pencil, chalk.

  • Sculpting human figure in motion, clay.

  • Facial features: Eyes, Nose, pencil.

  • Facial features: Lips, Ears, pencil.

  • Alabaster head study, pencil.

  • Sculpting a head (live model), clay.

  • Study of emotions (humans, animals, cartoon characters), media of a choice.

  • Impressionism: painting flowers, acrylics.

  • Impressionism: painting a landscape, acrylics.

  • Art Nouveau and illustration, watercolor/ink.

  • Mother’s Day card, construction paper, pencil.

  • Surrealistic painting, acrylics.

  • Cubism and Dada, art of play, collage.

  • Key elements of graphic design, construction paper, acrylics.

  • Abstract expressionism & conceptial art, acrylics.

  • Final project of a choice, media of a choice.

K - 3rd grade program:

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  • Ancient Greek vases. Greek patterns. Gods and monsters. Acrylics.

  • Egyptian hieroglyphs, acrylics.

  • Chinese Clay soldiers. Sculpting a human figure, clay.

  • Faum (Roman) portraits. Selfportrait, pastels.

  • African masks. Collage.

  • Halloween decorations, collage.

  • Halloween face painting, face paint.

  • Medieval manuscripts. Painted initial, acrylics.

  • Gothic architecture. Himeras, clay.

  • Thanksgiving card. Drawing a bird.

  • Medieval knights and ladies. Drawing a horse (or a unicorn:)

  • Study of small objects.

  • New Year card, collage.

  • Coin with a parent's portrait, clay.

  • Indian shadow theater.

  • Classical painting, collage.

  • Classical painting: still life, acrylics.

  • Barocco & Rococo decorations, clay.

  • Valentine’s day card.

  • Japenese origami.

  • Japanese etching and watercolors.

  • Venecian carnival

  • Porcelain figurines, clay.

  • Chinese watercolor.

  • Facial features play, pencil.

  • Comic stripe, ink.

  • Sculpting a head, clay.

  • Study of emotions (humans, animals, cartoon characters), media of a choice.

  • Impressionism: painting flowers.

  • Impressionism: painting a landscape.

  • Art nouvo and illustration, watercolor.

  • Mother’s Day card, construction paper, pencil.

  • Surrealistic painting, acrylics.

  • Cubism and Dada, art of play, collage.

  • Making a poster, construction paper, pencil.

  • Abstract expressionism, acrylics.

  • Final project of a choice, media of a choice.

 

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