Create Something. Donate Login Remember Me Pastels Plus Links to Tutorials - Hodgepodge Welcome to our Hodgepodge free listing of chalk pastels, acrylics and video art tutorials for all ages. This list of free tutorials is always being updated. Rather than 50, we now have 100+ free art tutorials! Please scroll down for a list of printable lessons. Click on each link to view and print individually… Blog ! Hervé Tullet « Another infectiously joyful romp from the panjandrum of playful pointillism. A blue dot, a red dot, and a yellow dot, each associated with an elemental sound—"Oh," "Ah," and "Waahoo" respectively—multiply, change size (volume) and position, hold conversations, bounce ("A little wilder now?"), combine, sing together, and at last invent "a whole new language" with successive page turns and taps.
Wassily Kandinsky Notebooking Study I’ve had this resource post in my drafts for a while. On one of our many trips to the library this summer, we found an awesome art book that helped spark our idea to look into history through the eyes of art for Raven’s 7th grade transcript. Since Wassily Kandinsky is one of her favorite artists of all time, she chose him for her first artist study of the year. We haven’t really done artist studies in the past, but she has studied various artists in co-op class back in Kansas. This post contains affiliate links. For more details please see my full disclosure. Tintoretto: Masterpieces in Colour Welcome to Homeschool Commons! If you're new to the site you might want to subscribe by email at the right or add the RSS feed to your feed reader. Thanks for visiting!
Women Painters Of The World Welcome to Homeschool Commons! If you're new to the site you might want to subscribe by email at the right or add the RSS feed to your feed reader. Thanks for visiting! ART LESSONS LIBRARY Looking for an art lesson? Click on any of the three categories below to show you my collection of lessons, posts and tutorials for each topic…. CurkovicArtUnits / FrontPage "Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." -Edgar Degas Dear Readers,