[Guest post by Pat Knepley] Collage is a great medium for any young artist to explore. All you need is a theme or idea, and lots of stuff to glue onto a background paper! The home educator can gather all kinds of scraps to be available: wallpaper samples, wrapping paper , construction paper, ribbon, lace, […]
In this episode, Jim will show you how to plan your chalk drawing.
In honor of Homeschool Teacher Appreciation week, the See the Light staff is participating in the giveaway sponsored by Hip Homeschool Moms. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday we will be giving away a Bible Stories DVD set, so be sure to enter. Just click this link to join in the fun! SEE THE […]
[Guest post by Pat Knepley] Spanish artist Pablo Picasso may be the most well-known name in the world of Art. And most people think of him as a painter. However, Picasso was also a sculptor and even brought back an ancient art form to be part of the modern art scene : collage. The term […]
In part two of this mini-series, Jim will show you how to draw a cross in black light chalk. This is a very easy drawing to do, even for beginners. You can buy black light chalk at EternityArts.com
[Guest post by Pat Knepley] The third famous painter of the artistic Wyeth family was Jamie Wyeth. Andrew Wyeth, his father, lived to be 91, and painted into his later years. In addition to a prolific body of work, Andrew also left behind a wife and two sons. His youngest son, Jamie, became a painter as well, […]
In this week’s video (produced in 2013), Jim demonstrates step by step how to create a seascape chalk drawing, along with an easy black light picture. Be sure to catch all four episodes!
[Guest post by Pat Knepley] Andrew Wyeth is the beloved realist painter from the mid twentieth century, known for Christina’s World, Groundhog’s Day and other idyllic settings of everyday objects and scenes Andrew Wyeth was N.C’.s younger son and the youngest of the five children. Though all of N.C’.s children became talented artists under their […]
On this week’s podcast, Jim demonstrates how to improvise a sunset effect with chalk (or pastels). Jim draws on lecturer’s chalk and bogus paper, which you can buy at Eternity Arts: eternityarts.com. Or you can use soft pastels (not oil pastels) and pastel paper. We hope you will enjoy this week’s podcast:
[Guest post by Pat Knepley] No other family has had quite the impact on the twentieth century American art scene as the Wyeths. N.C. Wyeth (Newell Convers Wyeth) the patriarch, was born in 1882 and studied art and drafting at the Mechanic Arts School in Boston and some other institutions in Massachusetts. In 1902 he […]