Art Jam Session 3 - March 9 - 30

WEEK 1 - MINATURE BOX DIORAMAS
WEEK 2 - MONOPRINTING ILLUSTRATIONS
WEEK 3 - SUN MANDALA RELIEF SCULPTURES
WEEK 4 - PENCIL CRAYON PORTRAITS
WEEK 1 - MINATURE BOX DIORAMAS
WEEK 2 - MONOPRINTING ILLUSTRATIONS
WEEK 3 - SUN MANDALA RELIEF SCULPTURES
WEEK 4 - PENCIL CRAYON PORTRAITS

Art Jam Session 3 - March 9 - 30

65.00

Session 3

Art Jam age 8-13 years.

Dates: Saturdays from March 9- 30, 2019 (includes March Break)

Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Location: Library- Free Schools Room, Collingwood

Art Projects:

WEEK 1 - MINATURE BOX DIORAMAS

If you could imagine and design your very own world, what would it look like? Create your very own miniature imaginary world encapsulated in a box. You will experiment with 2-D relief paper sculpture, line and contour drawing, and back ground, foreground and middle ground perspectives.

WEEK 2 - MONOPRINTING ILLUSTRATIONS

Create your illustration using paint, carving techniques, and colour layering. It is easy when you have the right tools. Students will learn how to “pull” a one-time print by rolling ink onto plexiglass and carving pictures/patterns into ink. The class focus will be on layering of patterns/colours to create a dynamic print and learning what an artist’s proof and limited addition are.

WEEK 3 - SUN MANDALA RELIEF SCULPTURES

The sun is our most powerful source on earth. Many cultures recognize and pay homage to the sun in many ways. Imagine creating a sun using powerful storytelling in a mandala style. Students will learn the difference between 2-D relief and 3-D sculpture and create a unique sun themed relief using pastels and paper. We will explore storytelling, patterns, repetition, balance, symmetry, 2-D effect, colour contrast to create depth.

WEEK 4 - PENCIL CRAYON PORTRAITS

Learn the secrets of complex Pencil Crayon techniques used in advanced illustration art.  Students will have an opportunity to express themselves in quirky portraits illustrating their interests and what makes them unique. Emphasis on pencil crayon layering techniques, realism vs abstract art, pattern, detail, value.

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