12 May ONLINE – Kids Master Artist Learning Series
107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville, 46060
Koda Witsken / (317) 452-3690, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeanette Pomeroy Parssi returns to teach an online Kids Master Artist Learning Series on Facebook Live! This kid-friendly "Master Artists Series will explore one of the topics below and require supplies. Suggested age is 7+, or younger with adult supervision.
- Celebrate Leonardo da Vinci
Lets celebrate Leonardo da Vinci. He was born on April 15, 1452 (568 years ago) and died on May 2, 1519 (501 years ago.) We will learn about his life and genius throughout his years. We will explore his inventions, his paintings and why he wrote all his notes backwards. Come join us for 45 minutes of fun and creativity in our Zoom Room!
Supplies: 2-3 sheets white copy paper. Pencil & eraser. Mirror (bathroom mirror close by, does not need to be on the table).
- Wassily Kandinski - How Music Influenced His Art
Wassily Kandinsky was a musician first then became a painter. We will learn what synesthesia means and paint or draw to music.
Supplies: 3-4 sheets white paper, any size bigger than 8.5x11.Watercolor paints or markers. If using paints, you will need a small container of water and a brush.
- Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
We will study the Renaissance and Michelangelos life, then we will turn ourselves upside down and create a drawing the way he would have had to lie to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.
Supplies: Scrap paper for sloppy copy and ideas. White paper, 8.5x11. Tape, packing or masking tape. Pencil & eraser. Colored pencils.
- Piet Mondrian - Primary Colors Abound
We will Introduce and review primary and secondary colors, study the art of Piet Mondrian and create a red, blue, yellow, black and white piece of art reminiscent of Boogie, Woogie Broadway!
Supplies: Scrap paper for sloppy copy and ideas. White paper, 8.5x11. Pencil & eraser. Red, Yellow, Blue and Black markers or colored pencils. Ruler.
- Andy Warhol Repetition of Design
We will introduce the life of Andy Warhol and discuss his use of everyday objects to influence contemporary art. Using a plain sheet of paper divided into quadrants, you will create a Warhol inspired piece of art using a can from your pantry.
Supplies: Scrap paper. White paper, 8.5x11. Can of food from your pantry, unopened. Pencil & eraser. Colored markers or colored pencils.