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Art Combo Class: Aerial Perspective

Art Combo Class: Aerial Perspective
A number of assignments specifically have been developed to explain a very important concept in art such as aerial perspective. The base for this assignment became some of the beautiful works of painter Joseph Bellacera. In art, especially painting, aerial perspective refers to the technique of creating...

Papier-mâché Sculpture Class

Papier-mâché Sculpture Class
At our art classes we use different materials. Some of our three dimensional projects have been made out of Papier-mâché. Papier-mâché is an enormously versatile and exciting craft medium. It allows creating three dimensional objects out of pieces of paper stuck together with glue or starch. It...

Art History Class. Pointillism

Art History Class. Pointillism
At our our Art Combo class students are introduced to various artists and styles. August and September assignments were based on the study of Poitillism and artists such as Georges-Pierre Seurat, Henri-Edmond Cross, John Roy Vincent van Gough. Poinilism is a style of painting in which small distinct...

Van Gogh at our Art History Class

Van Gogh at our Art History Class
Art History is the integral part of our art program. In our Art History classes  students become familiar with old and contemporary masters and their practices. Lectures accompanied by visual examples motivate students to archive better results. Here in this painting done by Rachel 7 y.o. she studied...

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptian art as expression in painting and sculpture was both highly stylized and symbolic. Much of the surviving art comes from tombs and monuments and thus there is an emphasis on life after death and the preservation of knowledge of the past. Symmetry and balance were haracteristic both of...