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30 Minute Private Acting Class
Fine Art Fundamentals: Sketch & Create Color Wheel Collections
A 4 week, 2x per week, 55 minutes class, students will sketch their own object then follow with adding medium based on the different color systems. Students will create 8 artworks, helping them apply and remember basic color theory.
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Twice per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Each week the students will sketch and color using a specific color system: 1) Primary 2) Secondary 3) Tertiary 4) Complimentary 5) Split Comlimentary 6) Analogous 7) Monochromatic 8) Warm & Cool Colors. The students will observe the teacher creating a quick sketch of a simple object for getting the lesson set-up and/or the teacher will share an example that represents the color system anticipated for each class. Then, the students will either follow the sketch example that the teacher has...
Students will increase their understanding of the color systems utilized with the Color Wheel by experiencing them in a manner that helps young artists learn them and they will have their very own color wheel collection of artwork when finished.
Since, some artists take longer than others the only homework would be if a student needs to finish the artwork for the day. After the first class, students will need to get their 7 other papers cut and ready for the rest of the classes.
1) Pencils, sharpened and eraser. 2) Multi-media sketchbook, like a Canson Mix-media, 98lb, 7 x 10 inches, preferred. Must consider the Color medium that will be used is fully supported by the proper paper choice. Separate sheets of 98lb paper or equivalent strength will be acceptable. The paper will need to be cut into 4x4 or 5x5 squares and the student will need at least 8 pages ready to go. It may be helpful to have a few extra in case a student makes a few mistakes and wants to start over. 3) Choose a Color medium: Colored pencils (Prismacolor are preferred because they mix so nicely), or Watercolor pencils (water tub & brushes, as needed) or paints. For those with painting experience, students may use Watercolor, Acrylic or Oil paints, depending on their level of expertise. 4) The Set of 12 colors: Must have the following colors--Red, Blue, Yellow, Violet, Green, Orange. And the following group of colors is useful for the student, to have them in the set -- Red-orange (Vermillion), Red-violet (Magenta), Blue-violet, Blue-green (Teal), Yellow-green (Chartreuse) and Yellow-orange (Amber). 5) Might need some paper towels or a cloth towel for cleaning up, as needed.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Artist and Certified K-12 Art Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
51 total reviews
155 completed classes
I have been a practicing Artist and Teacher in the public school system for 25 years. I believe that the basics create a strong foundation for learning and allowing students to gain the confidence they need for continuing with their own drawing...