This course introduces foundational concepts of creative, visual arts.
-engage in artist biography lesson
-become familiar with artists' use techniques
-utilize a different medium each class
-complete creative works of art utilizing a variety of methods
Art projects include the use of oil pastels, watercolor, paint, and air dry clay. The methods utilized will include color theory, landscapes, still-lifes, pop art, cubism, abstract, and surrealism
Each class offers a brief art history lesson introducing an artist. Following this, the artist's technique will form the basis for a new project each class using a different washable medium. Mediums include oil pastels, watercolor, paint, and air dry clay. Methods include color theory, landscapes, still-lifes, pop art, cubism, abstract, and surrealism.
RBT- Registered Behavior Technician
Expressive Arts Therapy
Occupational Therapy Movement/Dance Therapy.
Characteristics and Skills
diverse design skills
ability and desire to teach
knowledge and interest of art history
communication and interpersonal skills
ability to take criticism
museums and galleries
fine arts and crafts