Posts Tagged 'student work'

Hello November!

Welcome November. We had scary free draw last week, and the Wednesday kids used pen, ink, markers, and watercolor to very good effect.  And now on to scenes of the season! We’ll be taking advantage of all the beautiful cranberry bogs

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Hello November!

Welcome November. We had scary free draw last week, and the Wednesday kids used pen, ink, markers, and watercolor to very good effect.  And now on to scenes of the season! We’ll be taking advantage of all the beautiful cranberry bogs

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Yummy & Spooky

The artists did a really good job with the annual candy challenge. This is a great lesson to teach how to put things where they belong on a complex composition, and candy corn offers its own unique learning opportunities! Enjoy these

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Yummy & Spooky

The artists did a really good job with the annual candy challenge. This is a great lesson to teach how to put things where they belong on a complex composition, and candy corn offers its own unique learning opportunities! Enjoy these

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No bones about it!

Last week Bones Jones came up from the cellar to teach his annual anatomy and proportion lesson. This is a great way to have fun and learn a lot about human structure.  When anyone questions repeating a lesson year after year, I

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No bones about it!

Last week Bones Jones came up from the cellar to teach his annual anatomy and proportion lesson. This is a great way to have fun and learn a lot about human structure.  When anyone questions repeating a lesson year after year, I

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October Update

Three artists from the Top, Scotty Hokanson, Charlotte Holl, and Quinn Mace, entered work in the Plymouth Center for the Arts YOUNG AT ART show. Congratulations to all of you for showing your awesome work, and special thanks to Terry

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October Update

Three artists from the Top, Scotty Hokanson, Charlotte Holl, and Quinn Mace, entered work in the Plymouth Center for the Arts YOUNG AT ART show. Congratulations to all of you for showing your awesome work, and special thanks to Terry

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October!

Hedge Pond October Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that I’d be teaching fine art for twenty years now.  One of my first jobs back in 1968 when I was a sixteen-year-old oil painter was assisting Gay Youse

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October!

Hedge Pond October Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that I’d be teaching fine art for twenty years now.  One of my first jobs back in 1968 when I was a sixteen-year-old oil painter was assisting Gay Youse

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Weekly Update

What beautiful weather we’ve been having. I love to paint in the long light of fall!  Last week kids did Mayflowers and Hydrangeas.  Enjoy these artworks, and scroll down for the class schedules.   CLASS SCHEDULE NEWBIES – Make sure to

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Weekly Update

What beautiful weather we’ve been having. I love to paint in the long light of fall!  Last week kids did Mayflowers and Hydrangeas.  Enjoy these artworks, and scroll down for the class schedules.   CLASS SCHEDULE NEWBIES – Make sure to

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Art Schedule

After school classes are shaping up. Wednesday is now a twelve and up class that starts 15 minutes earlier at 3:45.  Enjoy these wonderful watermelon paintings, and scroll down for the weekly schedules. CLASS SCHEDULE Minimum is 4 students, max is

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Art Schedule

After school classes are shaping up. Wednesday is now a twelve and up class that starts 15 minutes earlier at 3:45.  Enjoy these wonderful watermelon paintings, and scroll down for the weekly schedules. CLASS SCHEDULE Minimum is 4 students, max is

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Weekly Update

We made some awesome masks last week. It’s a wonderful process, and always an adventure with the messy mache. Enjoy these pictures, and scroll down for the schedule. I’m on a semi-vacation this week with helping Scotty with his scallop

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Weekly Update

We made some awesome masks last week. It’s a wonderful process, and always an adventure with the messy mache. Enjoy these pictures, and scroll down for the schedule. I’m on a semi-vacation this week with helping Scotty with his scallop

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On to Week 2

Week 1 of the Summer Six was a blast. Over the course of 4 mornings we did air-dry clay, watercolor, pastel, and on the last day painted our clay stuff and made acrylic paintings. Week 2 is a 3-day smorgasbord, Tues

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On to Week 2

Week 1 of the Summer Six was a blast. Over the course of 4 mornings we did air-dry clay, watercolor, pastel, and on the last day painted our clay stuff and made acrylic paintings. Week 2 is a 3-day smorgasbord, Tues

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Summer Fun at the Top

Lots more pencils, lots more books, sketchbooks that is, for drawing all of the wonders of summer.  Weather permitting we’ll start off every smorgasbord class with a bit of Backyard Naturalist, my brand of nature journaling. To slow down, observe, and record the

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Summer Fun at the Top

Lots more pencils, lots more books, sketchbooks that is, for drawing all of the wonders of summer.  Weather permitting we’ll start off every smorgasbord class with a bit of Backyard Naturalist, my brand of nature journaling. To slow down, observe, and record the

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