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Paint Like the Impressionist Alfred Sisley! Step by Step Watercolor Painting
In this class we will explore the artist Alfred Sisley and recreate his painting using crayon and watercolor. Students will have fun learning about the artist as well as creating their own painting inspired by his work.
Kimberly R Moseler
534 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 5 learners
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In this one time class we will talk briefly about Alfred Sisley as an artist, we will discuss his piece called Bridge of Moret and then students will create their own inspired masterpiece using crayon and watercolor. We will talk about color, composition, creativity, and also the proper use of materials and clean up. The students will be able to create their piece based on his piece, but in their own style and with their own personality and creativity. The class will be step by step allowing...
Each learner will need: - A watercolor set - A brush (any size will do) - A cup with water to clean the brush - Set of crayons (or oil pastels) - Heavy white paper (watercolor paper is preferred but not completely necessary) - Table protection (newspaper, butcher paper etc).
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents are encouraged to be close by during the class to help their learner with the painting process to minimize spills (especially with electronics close by!) and to make sure their paints stay on the paper.
Kimberly R Moseler
Pre-School - High School and AP Art Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
534 total reviews
567 completed classes
I am excited to join Outschool as an art teacher! I LOVE art! I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art from the University of Central Florida with a concentration in painting. I have been teaching private art lessons for 22 years and have been...