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Is blue your favorite color? Would you like to know more about where it comes from, when was it first used, and why is it so important to art? Join us as we venture through time and explore the artistic history of one of the oldest and most powerful colors…blue! Since the dawn of art in the paleolithic era, and throughout history across ancient times, the middle ages, the renaissance, and today, from Egypt, to China, from Rome and beyond; blue has held a prominent position amongst the most...
-Learn the history of blue, its origin, composition, and use -Become familiar with the various periods and movements of art history Gain a basic understanding of color theory concepts: -Color Value (hue, tint, shade) -Explore the importance and influence of the color blue -Create their very own masterpiece
I have 12+ years of experience fostering and advocating for creative environments and makerspaces. Across a broad spectrum of outlets I have displayed, taught, and shared my passion of blending teaching and creative arts together. I pursued my passion for the arts and education while working towards my B.A. in Fine Arts through my enrollment in additional coursework such as child psychology, pedagogical studies, and art education. My aim is to guide learners to develop their love and appreciation of the arts, while also taking care to inspire confidence and improve educational elasticity. I believe the best way to achieve this goal is through producing an inclusive and positive creative environment that harmonizes education and artistic expression.
-Any one of the following mediums (so long as it includes blue): Crayons Colored Pencils Markers Paint Pastels -Paper, Cardboard, etc. to be used as a canvas
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Artist & Educator B.A. in Fine Arts, RYT-200
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi there! I have 12+ years of experience fostering and advocating for creative environments and makerspaces. Across a broad spectrum of outlets I have displayed, taught, and shared my passion of blending teaching and creative arts together. I...