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UNLIMITED ACCESS MEMBERSHIP VIDEO ART LESSONS
Inside the Membership Area is the Renaissance Art Curriculum and the Medieval Art Curriculum. Both are 15 weeks long and each week has 3 lessons. Making them 45 videos EACH THEME, chalk full of options.
You'll learn the art history of famous master artists and interesting facts about each one, art history and the story behind the artworks, and many cultural stories.
You and your family will learn composition, color, line, form, space, texture, tips and tricks galore, the dimensions (2D-3D), perspective, abstract...all the art elements in age-appropriate ways.
Inside the membership area, there are over 110+ video lessons for all ages and abilities, from the earliest Elementary grades, Intermediate Middle School (and some High Schoolers) and High School.
Many types of art media are used, for all ages.
Watercolors, Watercolor pencils, Colored Pencils, Oil Pastels, Pen, Pencil, Tempera Paint.
We have a few acrylic and charcoal lessons for the advanced lessons.
You and your children are encouraged to TRY lessons out of their reach as well as to try lessons that are in the lower grades to pep up your creativity.
Mobile Friendly, Time friendly, Child-Friendly, You Friendly.
Our website and videos are mobile-responsive so that you can learn on the go. Tablet, phone or laptop.
Watch classes on your own schedule. Our videos and lessons are available anytime, anywhere.
Typography - Pottery - Hand-lettering - Art Skills - Puppetry - and still so much more...
You can speed up the video or slow it down, just the way you like it.
Many master artists and their artworks are described in many.
Blog posts to help with your everyday.
Lessons are generally 5-20 minutes long, depending on ages.
YOUR CHILDREN LEARNING SOME AMAZING SKILLS, LEARNING INCREDIBLE ART & CULTURAL HISTORY
Morgan - DaVinci Charter School
"The instruction and projects are always fun, engaging, and unique. My daughter always comes to me talking about what a great time she had and wanting to teach us what she learned."
Eva - Teacher
We examined different kinds of lines (i.e. straight, curvy, wavy, jagged...) and then made some art using only straight lines that looked like Birch Trees. Thanks, Suzanne Hanks for the idea!
Emily Mae - Homeschool Parent
"My first grader has already identified herself as "an artist" and I love how these art classes have helped nurture that side of her. Her lessons had a solid framework, and I love how she let the kids each take their art projects the direction they chose. My daughters' creativity flowed without inhibition! Her enthusiasm and joy made my heart so happy!!"