Little Art Studio: Drawing & Painting Camp! Ages 7-11
In this ongoing art class, artists will draw and paint new artwork each week using a variety of techniques and tools and always inspired by a rainbow of colors!
Gerri Tumblin, BA, TESOL, TEFL
214 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 6 learners
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Artists will meet each week to compose a fun and colorful piece. We will use paints, markers, and other materials you probably have at home already like a muffin tin or coffee filters to create vibrant, energetic, and individual creations. After quick hellos and introductions, we will get right to work. It may be a bit messy and a bit loud, but it's gonna be fun! I will guide students throughout the class and they will be able to see my artwork on my art cam as a reference. One week we may...
This class is taught in English.
My goal is for artists to create beautiful and brilliant compositions using different media and fun techniques; to inspire them to try more on their own; and, for them to return to the studio for something new the following week!
I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA and have enjoyed working with vibrant colors through markers, paints, and chalk pastels. My personal style is more abstract, graphic, and even impressionistic and this is reflected in my own painting style over the years. I enjoy the spontaneity of these creative painting projects and young, new artists have the best ideas to share- we learn from each other!
For the week of March 28th: You will need: - Black (Construction) paper - Scissors - Glue stick - Watercolors - Brushes - Cup of water - Old washcloth/towel - Pencil and eraser - Black sharpie marker XXXXXXX The following supplies are used frequently: Mixed Media paper, or other art paper (paper that holds up to water and paint) Tempera paints Liquid Watercolors Thick Crayola washable markers Brushes in a few different widths Old towel or paper towels Plates Little cups The following are used at times, depending on the project: Crayons- a rainbow of colors, especially black String Spray bottle Coffee filters Large tray or tin baker as a tray Q-tips and rubber bands Forks Straws Marbles Cookie cutters Construction paper **You do not need to go and buy all of this right away, but we will be using these supplies throughout the class on different weeks. Specific supplies are outlined in a Google doc you will see upon enrollment. Please sign up for classroom emails for yourself and your learner to ensure you see the latest information quickly. Thank you!
Throughout the class, I will have artists share their work with me to see their progress and ask questions as they arise.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Gerri Tumblin, BA, TESOL, TEFL
Art Teacher, Online Educator, Student Mentor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
214 total reviews
250 completed classes
Hello Artists! I am Gerri Tumblin. I am happy you have found me today on Outschool! Teaching over the last 15+ years has brought me great joy. But it is not about me! Sparking creativity, interest, and possibilities in someone who can use that...