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The Art of the Cat Part 2- Baroque to Post Impressionism Flex
In this 4-week flex class students will explore the role of cats in art history as well as in the lives of famous artists, and will complete their own cat themed art projects based on the styles of the artists and or the art period.
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This is a flexible schedule class. There will be NO LIVE MEETINGS. All interaction will occur inside the Outschool Classroom area. The course materials for the week will be posted in the classroom at the beginning of each week of the course. Each week will study a period of art history and how cats were represented during it. We will learn about the time period and the artworks from it that depict cats as well as the changing role of cats in the lives of humans throughout the ages....
Students will become more familiar with four different periods of art history and the specific criteria that identifies each period. Students will become more familiar with the changing role of felines and humans throughout history. Students will become familiar with creating art projects with the same subject matter in different styles and media. Students will learn constructive criticism skills in evaluating their own work and the work of fellow classmate
Julie Moses is an artist and photographer in Palm Desert, CA, specializing in fine art, photography, and art education. In addition, she has been a homeschool educator for 16 years. She has taught children's art classes privately and through local afterschool programs with an emphasis on cross-curricular connections and unit study. She is especially fascinated with using art as a way to explore math concepts and is a proud cat parent to two very lazy cats named Frazier and Princess. Her photography has appeared in Parents Magazine and numerous photography blogs.
Students will be expected to complete the weekly project and upload images of the finished pieces to the classroom for teacher and peer feedback. Students will expected to watch assigned videos and complete in-video quizzes. Students will be expected to engage in weekly art analysis discussions with the classroom. All homework is due the day before the new week begins.
Week One- Baroque Cats- A baroque style image completed in colored pencil. Techniques used will focus on layering, blending and burnishing. Students will need card stock or another thick but smooth paper, pencil, eraser, and colored pencils. Should be a set of least 12 and include a white pencil. Week Two - Rococo Cats - A baroque style image to be completed in chalk pastel on colored pastel or construction paper. Week Three- Impressionist Cats- An impressionist image in watercolor pencil on watercolor paper. Week Four- Post-Impressionist Cats- A post-impressionist image in mixed media and collage on watercolor paper. A link to a shopping list on Amazon will be provided as a suggestion, though supplies can be obtained from any source you choose. https://www.amazon.com/ideas/amzn1.account.AGYX5FYAMRKJ4QLSV3KTVIJPQHIA/1G7F2GOZT6G5O?type=explore&ref=idea_cp_vl_ov_d
Students are assessed through the quality of the participation in classroom discussions and assignment/project completion.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Art With Julie M.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
530 total reviews
410 completed classes
I'm a professional artist, photographer, and author from East Texas. I love to connect art with everything else in life—math, science, history, and language arts. To date I have had the privilege of teaching over 2,100 students over the past...