Vineyards Art Class: Tuesday 4th September – 23rd October 2018 (10am – 12.30pm/1.45pm – 4.15pm)

DATE

PROJECT

MATERIALS

4TH SEPT

Fruit and Vegtable Still Life:  

Work in any medium (drawing materials) you wish whether it be coloured mediums (paints/pastels) or mono (pencil/charcoal), study contours, proportions and tone.

A2 or A3 Paper, (appropriate paper for the medium you choose). Paints or pencil etc
Kim will have paper for sale should you need it.

11TH SEPT

Sun set silhouettes in Pastels (exploring Negative space):

Students will explore negative space by studding the shapes of space through a forest during a sun set.

A3 Black sugar paper (available to purchase from Kim – 10p sheet), soft pastels, hair spray, spare paper to lean on.

18TH SEPT

International Artists : Inuit Animal Design and print project (Kenojuak Ashevak)

Study her work and develop your own design, using three colours. Have at least three different designs which you will then take into a mono print design next week.

A3 Paper, pencil, rubber, sharpener, coloured crayons/pencils/paints.

25TH SEPT

International Artists : Inuit Animal Design and print project Continued

After the technique demo, take one of your chosen designs and try to re create using the mono print technique.

Smooth plastic surface to print from, pencil, sharpener, newspaper, smooth paper, masking tape, tracing paper. Printers Block ink – available from Kim.

2ND OCT

Art History: Contemporary Life drawing/painting:

There are three artist who explore life drawing/painting is very different ways. Choose an artist and create your own version using their mediums.

Raluca Vulcan – Pastels/charcoal on light gray paper

Julie Cochrane – Paint and newspaper collage

Nicky Basford – Water colour and ink

A2/A3 paper size. Please choose an artist and use the same medium as per the list opposite.

9TH OCT

Inspirational Artists: Water colour or Inks Birds.

Explore the art works of: Poppy Melia, Sylvia Farrow, Lucy Newton and Karl Martens, in this session. Use their unusual and expressive style to create your own bird art work.

A3 Water colour paper, water colours or inks, brushes masking fluid, washing up-liquid, sponge (optional), tooth brush (optional), gum Arabic (optional).

16TH OCT

Portraits: Facial Features study in colour;

Students will create detailed coloured art works focusing on a facial feature.

Paints or pastels, paper A3 size.

23RD OCT

Students Choice: students can use this session to finish off any work or to explore their own art projects.

Bring what is suitable for project.

Should you have any queries please contact Kim on 07941540726 or kimberleybevan@yahoo.co.uk

 

Vineyards Art Class: Tuesday 6th November – 18th December 2018 (10am – 12.30pm/1.45pm – 4.15pm)

DATE

PROJECT

MATERIALS

6th NOV

Mini Still Life Projects: Exploring visual memory and many other drawing skills  

Working in Pencil, students will undergo various drawing exercises to push visual memory, contour sensitivity, spatial awareness, co-ordination, etc.

Pencil, biro, sharpener, rubber, paper for drawing, paper plate, leaves, string.

13TH NOV

Pen Still Life of Vase of Flowers:

Working in various black pen thickness students will create an ink drawing of the flowers and vase.

A2 Cartridge paper, Various black pens.

20TH NOV

Art history: Impressionist and crowds:

Impressionist painting are full of people and create a bustling atmosphere from complex compositions, students may either copy one of these famous art works or create a modern version using the impressionist composition.

Acrylics, A3 cartridge paper, brushes, palette, water pot etc.

27TH NOV

Art history: Impressionist and crowds Continued

Acrylics, A3 paper, brushes, palette, water pot etc.

4TH DEC

Traditional and contemporary Botanic Painting: Students may either copy the art work of one of the following artists or create their own botanical painting from a real life plant/imagination.

Elizabeth C Hellman, Denise Ramsay, Juan Gatti.

A3 Water colour paper, water colours or inks, brushes masking fluid, washing up-liquid, sponge (optional), tooth brush (optional), gum Arabic (optional).

11TH DEC

Christmas Egg project:

Students will blow an egg and then paint a picture or design on it so that it can be either hung or given as a present

DO NOT BOIL YOUR EGGS! Needle, bowl or container for yolk, ribbon, glue, acrylics, brushes.

If there is a particular image you wish to paint on the egg please bring it with you.

18TH DEC

Students Choice: students can use this session to finish off any work or to explore their own art projects.

Students choice

Should you have any queries please contact Kim on 07941540726 or kimberleybevan@yahoo.co.uk