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Pop up Art School - Oil Pastels Club

A weekly oil pastel art club where you'll meet new friends and make art with oil pastels. Learn how to apply oil pastels to paper and cardboard, and create effects by scraping, incising and blending.
Pop up Art School
10 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 18 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
35 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
7-10
year olds
1-8
learners per class
per learner - 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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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn a wide variety of oil pastel techniques including: blending, scraping, incising, transfers and stencils.
Pop up Art School is a two-person business owned by Janell Scannell & Lisa Walker. Both are licensed art teachers in the state of Massachusetts. Janell worked as a professional illustrator and graphic designer. Lisa has a background in ceramics and sculpture. Lisa has also taught on Outschool since June 2020 and has over 100 five-star reviews.

In our eight years in business, we have taught over 500 in-person and virtual art workshops in public libraries. For four years we taught The Big Mess, a multi sensory preschool art class, at Tufts Library in Weymouth. Previously, we directed and produced the show Creative Kids, as seen on WETC, in Weymouth, MA. 
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November 24 – Bug >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. > Pencil December 1 – Transfers >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. >One piece of dark construction paper: black, dark blue or purple. >Scissors >Pencil December 8 – Cardboard Faces >Oil pastels >Cereal box cardboard (best) or corrugated cardboard >Scissors >White glue >Pencil December 15 – Stencils >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. >Scissors >Cereal box cardboard >Paper towel >Pencil December 22 – Landscape Drawing >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. >Old gift card >Paperclip or toothpick >Pencil December 29 – Lizard on Leaf >Printed PDF (posted in the classroom) >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. >Scissors >Stapler January 5 Waterfront Houses > Oil pastels > Paper that's heavy enough for wet paint. Copy paper will not work for this project. White card stock, white construction paper or heavier are okay. > Watercolor paint > Brush > Container of water to rinse brush > Paper towels January 12 Snow Scene > Oil pastels, especially white oil pastel > Paper that's heavy enough for wet paint. Copy paper will not work for this project. White card stock, white construction paper or heavier are okay. > Watercolor paint > Brush > Container of water to rinse brush > Paper towels January 19 Colorful Birds >Oil pastels >A few pieces of paper. Printer paper, cardstock paper or light colored construction paper. >Old gift card >Paperclip or toothpick >Pencil Week of January 25 Underwater Scene > Oil pastels > Paper that's heavy enough for wet paint. Copy paper will not work for this project. White card stock, white construction paper or heavier are good. > Watercolor paint > Brush > Container of water to rinse brush > Paper towels Week of February 1 Planets > Oil pastels > Paper that's heavy enough for wet paint. Copy paper will not work for this project. White card stock, white construction paper or heavier are good. > Salt – kosher salt or Epsom salts are best. Table salt is okay. Salt is optional, but it creates beautiful effects! > Watercolor paint > Brush > Container of water to rinse brush > Paper towels
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
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35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scissors and stapler will be used.

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Pop up Art SchoolHands-on creative art classes with a dash of art history.
10 total reviews
15 completed classes

About Us

Pop up Art School offers a diverse range of high quality art lessons. Our lessons provide hands-on creative fun with a dash of art history.

Pop up Art School’s classes begin with an overview of an artist or art movement. Learning about art... 
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